Vlhova completes slalom double in Levi as Shiffin finishes fifth
Levi, Finland: Slovakian skier Petra Vlhova made it a slalom double when she overcame the Lapland fog to win Sunday's World Cup event in Levi on Sunday. The 25-year-old, who also won Saturday's slalom, shared top spot with Swiss skier Michelle Gisin after the first run but put in the second-fastest run on the second leg to post a combined time of 1min 49.5secs to claim her 16th World Cup victory. "Today was difficult with pressure from yesterday," said Vlhova. "But I confirmed my form, my power, I'm very happy. I pushed as hard as I could, it was tight." Gisin did enough to claim second, finishing 0.31secs behind Vlhova. with Austrian Katherina Liensberger who collected her second third-place of the weekend. - APP