Under a grey sky and light rain showers, it's Alexis Pinturault (FRA) to shine in Sunday's Alpine Combined in Hinterstoder. The French man wins the 10th Combined race of his career, becoming the first skier to win the Combined World Cup six times. It's the fourth globe in this discipline for "Pintu", seen that in 2013 and 2014 the globe was not assigned.
Pinturault was very fast already in the morning, closing second in the Super G, behind Mauro Caviezel and just in front of Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (NOR).
Runner-up Caviezel (+0.99s) showed good slalom skills in the afternoon run, where he started first and lost only one position to Pinturalut, clearly the fastest in the technical discipline. Also Kilde managed to stay on the podium, keeping the third position. The Norwegian closed 1.25 seconds behind the leader and conceded only 40 points in the overall standings to Pinturault.
Kilde keeps leading the overall standings with 1082 points, chased by Pinturault, currently at 1048.
Monday will be the last day in Hinterstoder with the second-last Giant Slalom of the season before the finals.