Tina Maze continued her dominance in giant slalom with victory in Courchevel
Last Updated: 16/12/12 2:57pm
Tina Maze: Maintained 100 percent record in giant slalom this season
Tina Maze made it four from four in the World Cup giant slalom's this season with victory in Courchevel.
The Slovenian clocked a combined time of two minutes 16.84 seconds to keep Kathrin Zettel in second place for a third time, 0.22secs behind.
French favourite Tessa Worley completed the podium 0.40secs behind the winner.
Maze's score of 799 points in the overall represents a record at this early stage of the campaign.
She leads by 331 over Maria Hoefl-Reisch with Zettel a further 28 points behind.
"Who could have said at the start of the season that I would hold that many points? It looks natural because I ski so well, but there's a lot of hard work behind each and every point," said Maze.
Lindsey Vonn failed to complete the first run and will now have a complete break before returning in a downhill race at St Anton on January 12.