STA, 16 February 2020 - Slovak Alpine skier Petra Vlhova won Sunday's women's World Cup race in Slovenia's Kranjska gora, also bagging the overall Golden Fox trophy following a second place in Saturday's giant slalom. The best Slovenian skier was Meta Hrovat, who finished 11th after a third place in the giant slalom.
Vlhova secured her 14th career win with an aggressive second run, attacking from fourth after the first. Sweden's Anna Swenn Larsson, who had the best first half of the race, was well on her way to beating Vlhova, but crashed just a few gates before the finish line.
Second place in Kranjska Gora, which stood in for Maribor as the traditional Golden Fox venue, went to Wendy Holdener of Swizerland (+0.24) and third to Katharina Truppe from Austria (+0.89).
Another Slovenian to finish in the points along with Hrovat (+2.67) was Ana Bucik in 22nd place (+3.54).