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Austrian sets record for most consecutive overall titles.
Austrian skis pressure-free to take eighth win of the season in rain-soaked slalom.
Austrian pulls 111 points clear of Pinturault to guarantee fourth GS crystal globe with one race to spare.
Despite late Austrian charge, Frenchman holds on for fourth GS win in a row.
The Norwegian beat out Italian Giuliano Razzoli and first-run leader Mattias Hargin of Sweden.
American Ted Ligety clips a rock in first run to finish fourth on the day.
The 28-year-old slalom specialist holds the World Cup record for the most second-place finishes without a victory, which she finally earned in 2014.
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