Mikaela Shiffrin has secured her spot as seventh on the all-time World Cup wins list.
Dominik Paris is the new King of Bormio.
In front of family and fans, Vlhova had a giant slalom breakthrough in Semmering, Austria.
Bennett matches career-best finish in fourth.
Second run surprises make for a fresh face atop the podium.
Shiffrin is the youngest person to have reached the milestone of 50 World Cup wins.
Shiffrin has now won in Courchevel three consecutive times.
With Thursday's win, Hirscher is now the winningest Austrian skier ever.
Switzerland's Meillard also grabs first career World Cup podium on an interesting day in Austria.
The Slovenian has won her first super-G since Crans-Montana in February 2017.
Stuhec's victory is her first since March of 2017.
Americans knocked out in early rounds.
Austrian amazes while four Americans land in the points.
Norwegian streak continues and the American Downhillers find their form.
Norwegian dominates the Saslong for his first victory of the season.
After strong training runs on the Saslong the American Downhillers are ready to rumble.
With another win, American widens her lead in the overall standings.
The Austrian won his first giant slalom in Val d'Isere back in 2009.
American now has 47 World Cup victories to her name and back-to-back wins in super-G.
German takes first career World Cup win in his first GS back from injury.
Shiffrin's super-G win has made her victorious in six disciplines on the World Cup circuit.
The Austrians continue to make their presence known in the downhill.
Americans land five racers in the points in snowy Colorado.
The podium in Lake Louise on Friday was full of fresh faces.