Another race at Lake Louise, another win for Lindsey Vonn, who triumphed in a Another race at Lake Louise, another win for Lindsey Vonn, who triumphed in a women's alpine World Cup super-G Sunday to complete another three-race sweep in the Canadian Rockies
Vonn, winner of downhills on Friday and Saturday, was timed in 1min 22.82sec, beating felow American Julia Mancuso by 43-hundredths of a second.
Austria's Anna Fenninger was third, 45-hundredths off the lead.
Vonn notched her 14th career win at Lake Louise, where she swept three races last year as well.
With her 56th World Cup triumph, she moved out of a tie for second on the all-time list with Swiss great Vreni Schneider, who reigned in the technical disciplines in the 1980s and '90s.
Annemarie Moser-Proell holds the women's World Cup record for career victories with 62.