Corinne Suter earned the Super G crystal globe. After the two second-place finishes in Crans Montana's Downhill, she already secured the downhill globe with over a month before the end of the season.
Due to the decision to cancel the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Finals in Cortina d'Ampezzo because the coronavirus outbreak, the last super G race of the season will not be raced. It means that Corinne Suter topped the discipline standings on 360 points followed by Federica Brignone on 341 and Nicole Schmidhofer on 217.
The Swiss speed specialist has shown constant improvement since she won her first world championships medals last season in Are, and has undoubtedly been the most consistent athlete in both disciplines over the entire season.
She earned the Super G crystal globe with the first SuperG world cup win in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, two third places and 3 top ten.
The Super G and Downhill globes will be awarded through an official ceremony in Are during the last races of the season the 12-13-14 of March, together with the Giant Slalom, Slalom, Parallel, Alpine Combined and Overall globes.