Maze leads after the downhill

9th February, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

BEAVER CREEK — Slovenia’s Tina Maze is halfway home to taking the women’s combined of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships so far on Monday at Beaver Creek.Maze, who has already won silver in the super-G and gold in the downhill last week at Worlds, came down the downhill leg of the combined with a time of 1 minute, 45.25 seconds, 2-hundredths of a second ahead of Switzerland’s Lara Gut. Austria’s Anna Fenninger is in third place (0.26 seconds behind) and American Lindsey Vonn is seventh (1.31 seconds off the pace).Vonn said she hit a rock and had difficulty with …

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