Lindsey Vonn became the most successful super-G skier in women's history on Sunday with a win in Bansko, Bulgaria, notching her 18th career super-G title and her 10th overall win on the World Cup this season. With nine races remaining before the World Cup finals in mid-March, Vonn's 528-point lead over Slovenia's Tina Maze in overall standings all but assures her of her fourth world cup title. Vonn secured a fifth-straight discipline title in downhill earlier this month.
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