Mikaela Shiffrin won a World Cup event for the third time in eight days, beating Petra Vlhova in the head-to-head final of parallel slalom on Sunday in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

Shiffrin trailed midway down the course after clipping a gate but led her Slovakian opponent through the final three gates.

The American star's 48th career World Cup win — fourth on the women's all-time list — was her third straight after back-to-back victories in the super-G speed discipline Saturday at St. Moritz and last Sunday at Lake Louise, Canada.

"I'm not unbeatable, no," Shiffrin said.

Not quite, but Shiffrin, pursuing her third overall title in a row, has more than double the points of the second-place skier, Michelle Gisin of Switzerland.

Wind disrupts men's slalom

• A men's World Cup slalom race scheduled for Val d'Isere in France was stopped because of wind. The International Ski Federation did not say whether the race would be rescheduled.

Club Soccer

Argentine rivals finally settle it

One of the most anticipated matches in South American soccer's history finally came to a conclusion, with River Plate celebrating victory over fierce Argentine rival Boca Juniors in the twice-suspended final of the Copa Libertadores.

The final was played in Madrid nearly a month after the first leg was played in Argentina, because River fans attacked a bus carrying Boca's players two weeks ago in Buenos Aires.

River won the second leg 3-1 for a 5-3 aggregate score. Nearly 25,000 fans for each team attended the final, which drew an announced 62,000.

AROUND THE HORN

Baseball: The New York Mets hired Chili Davis to be their hitting coach after he spent last season in that role with the Chicago Cubs. … ESPN is expected to announce Monday that its Sunday night game of the week will begin an hour earlier than is traditional next season, starting at 6 p.m. Central time.

College soccer: Amar Sejdic scored on a penalty kick in the 57th minute, giving Maryland a 1-0 victory over Akron in Santa Monica, Calif., and its fourth NCAA men's soccer title.

Boxing: Vasiliy Lomachenko picked up his second lightweight title late Saturday night, wearing down Jose Pedraza and winning a unanimous decision at Madison Square Garden in New York. Lomachenko (12-1) knocked down Pedraza (25-2) twice in the 11th round and easily added the WBO title to the WBA belt he won in May.

Figure skating: Japanese teen Rika Kihira won the Grand Prix Final women's title late Saturday in Vancouver, British Columbia. Kihira, 16, had a combined score of 233.12, a career best. Olympic champion Alina Zagitova of Russia, also 16, was second at 226.53 points.

Golf: Patton Kizzire and Brian Harman won the QBE Shootout in Naples, Fla., eagling the par-5 17th in the better-ball format and closing with a par for an 11-under 61 and a one-stroke victory over Graeme McDowell and Emiliano Grillo (62). … Louis Oosthuizen won his first South African Open title, closing with a 4-under 67 for a six-shot victory in Johannesburg.

MLS: Zlatan Ibrahimovic will remain with the Los Angeles Galaxy and won't be loaned to AC Milan of Italy's Serie A, AC Milan's sporting director confirmed.

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