March 17 (Bloomberg) -- Felix Neureuther of Germany won the final men’s slalom as skiing’s World Cup season ended today, beating Austria’s Marcel Hirscher into second spot.
Ivica Kostelic of Croatia came third at Lenzerheide, Switzerland. World slalom champion Hirscher had already clinched the overall and slalom World Cup titles.
Tina Maze of Slovenia, who was already assured of the women’s overall crown, won today’s giant slalom ahead of Tessa Worley of France and Switzerland’s Lara Gut. Maze also won the giant-slalom category for the season.
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