Skiing: Tina Maze misses out on the chance to win all five crystal globes due to fog

Last Updated: 13/03/13 7:23pm

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Lindsey Vonn: Has now captured the 17th World Cup title of her career

Lindsey Vonn: Has now captured the 17th World Cup title of her career

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Tina Maze's hopes of securing all five crystal globes disappeared in the fog in Lenzerheide as the women's World Cup downhill race was abandoned.

The cancellation means Lindsey Vonn - who tore knee ligaments in a crash at the world championships in Schladming last month - takes the individual title by a solitary point.

Maze, however, has already clinched the overall crown and her current total of 2,254 points is already a new World Cup record.

The Slovenian could still take the individual titles in the other three disciplines, with a super-G race scheduled to take place at the same venue on Thursday.

Vonn, meanwhile, captures the 17th World Cup title of her career, taking her past Austrian Anne-Marie Moser Proell in the all-time list. It is her sixth success in downhill.

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