Alpine Skiing World Championships 2015

Updated 1236 GMT (2036 HKT) February 10, 2015
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Tina Maze celebrates winning her third medal and second gold at this year's Alpine World Ski Championships following her Alpine Combined success. DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images
Maze prevailed by 0.22 seconds, with Austrian duo Nicole Hosp and Michaela Kirchgasser taking silver and bronze respectively. Christophe Pallot/Agence Zoom/Getty Images
The Slovenian is attempting to become the first women to win five individual medals at a single World Championships. Lasse Kjusin of Norway in 1999 is the only man to achieve the feat. Alain Grosclaude/Agence Zoom/Getty Images
Bode Miller had been setting the fastest run of the day before crashing and severing a hamstring tendon at the World Championships. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images
Miller, 37, won Olympic gold at Vancouver 2010 and is a four-time world champion. The race, on February 5, had been his first since returning from back surgery. Christophe Pallot/Agence Zoom/Getty Images
Lindsey Vonn is back on the world podium with her first medal at an event of this size since 2011 -- bronze in the super-G in Beaver Creek, Colorado. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
Vonn expressed mild frustration at the windy conditions in Beaver Creek for Tuesday's race on February 3, but said she was happy to finish third. Austria's Anna Fenninger won gold. Doug Pensinger/Getty Images
Tiger Woods (left), fresh from losing a tooth while supporting girlfriend Vonn in Italy last month, once again turned up to watch. Alexis Boichard/Agence Zoom/Getty Images