Katherina Liensberger won at the women's slalom in Are, Sweden, to register the first women's World Cup win for an Austrian skier since 2014.
Liensberger finished in a time of 1:47.93 which Mikaela Shiffrin was unable to topple in the final run of the afternoon, finishing +0.72 seconds behind in second.
Shiffrin won in Jasna last weekend, but she could only follow up her podium finish on Friday as runner-up on her 26th birthday.
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It was a 27th World Cup slalom podium for Switzerland's Wendy Holdener who came third (+1.65).
It was a disappointing day for Friday's winner and overall and slalom leader Petra Vlhova, who finished down in eighth and +2.71 seconds behind Liensberger. Nevertheless, the Slovakian stays 22 points clear of Liensberger in second and 37 ahead of third-placed Shiffrin in the slalom standings.
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Britain's Charlie Guest produced her personal best, finishing 16th (+3.33).
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