KITZBUEHEL, Austria (AP) — Didier Defago of Switzerland edged Bode Miller by 0.05 seconds to win a World Cup super-G Sunday, denying the American a first victory in more than two years.
Defago was the next racer after Miller and timed 1 minute, 10.38 seconds for his first victory since winning a downhill in Bormio, Italy, in December 2011.
Overall World Cup leader Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway and Max Franz of Austria shared third, 0.15 behind Defago.
Defending overall champion Marcel Hirscher of Austria finished 1.58 off the lead and failed to score points.
Organizers delayed the race for three hours due to snowfall and lowered the start because of strong winds.
The super-G results also count as the first leg of a combined event, with a slalom run to follow later Sunday.