Marcel Hirscher wins World Cup slalom
ADELBODEN, Switzerland -- Marcel Hirscher turned in a scintillating second run to win a World Cup slalom on Sunday, after being eighth in the opening leg.
Hirscher, the overall World Cup leader, was at least 0.83 seconds faster than any rival in the afternoon to best Austrian teammate Mario Matt by 0.30.
"It was a lucky run," said Hirscher, who has won three slaloms this season. "After the first run I decided to go all in, and it's a 50-50 chance to straddle or ski out."
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