Fenninger, Maze share super-combi lead at worlds

ERIC WILLEMSEN Associated Press Published:

SCHLADMING, Austria (AP) -- Defending champion Anna Fenninger of Austria and Tina Maze of Slovenia share the lead after the downhill run of the women's super-combined at the skiing world championships.

Both racers came down the Streicher course in 1 minute, 49.67 seconds to lead Elisabeth Goergl of Austria by 0.05.

Olympic champion Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany and Lara Gut of Switzerland are tied for fourth and have 0.20 to make up in the slalom run later Friday.

Fenninger and Maze finished 1-2 in the super-combined at worlds two years ago. Maze is looking for her second straight gold medal after winning Tuesday's super-G.