Lindsey Vonn crashed out on the second run, leaving victory for Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany in a World Cup giant slalom in Flachau, Austria.
Vonn remained in second place in the overall standings, but leader Lara Gut of Switzerland pulled further ahead by finishing 19th. Gut leads Vonn by 50 points with a total of 750.
Vonn, a native Minnesotan who has won one giant slalom race this season, appeared to catch a rut with her right ski and crashed out close to the finish line.
Conditions were difficult. The second run began in sunshine, but heavy snow was falling by the time the top runners started, and all leaders had to deal with poor visibility.
Rebensburg trailed Ana Drev by .04 seconds after the first run but completed the two heats .94 seconds ahead of the Slovenian despite racing through heavy snow in the second run. Drev made the podium for the first time in her career.
Norwegians sweep the weekend
Henrik Kristoffersen won a World Cup slalom in Wengen, Switzerland, giving Norway a sweep of the three weekend events.
Aksel Lund Svindal won the downhill Saturday, and Kjetil Jansrud won a combined event Friday.
Kristoffersen's fourth win this season, all in slalom, was also a record 12th for Norway in a men's World Cup campaign. This one is still only 19 races old, and has two months and 24 scheduled races to go.
"I don't think it's a secret," Kristoffersen said. "The work that the individual athlete does makes the difference."
Michigan bursts past Ohio State
No. 6-ranked Michigan scored five goals in a row to rally from a two-goal third-period deficit for an 8-6 win over Ohio State in Ann Arbor, Mich.
The victory moved Michigan (14-3-4, 5-1-2 Big Ten) into a tie for first place in the conference after the Gophers had taken the top spot with Saturday's 3-1 victory over Michigan State.
Junior forward Tyler Motte scored a hat trick as part of a career-best five-point game for Michigan. Six players scored for the Buckeyes (6-12-3, 1-3-2).
AROUND THE HORN
Track and field: IAAF President Sebastian Coe said claims of bribery by Qatar in the bidding process for the 2017 world track and field championships are being investigated. Qatar didn't land that event but was granted the 2019 championships.
Marathon racing: For the eighth consecutive year, Ethiopians won both the men's and women's titles in the Houston Marathon. Gebo Burka won the men's race in 2 hours, 10 minutes, 54 seconds, pushing past Artur Kozlowski of Poland in the final mile and a half. Biruktayit Degefa won the women's race in 2:26:07, rallying late despite vomiting several times.
Ski jumping: Japanese teenager Sara Takanashi won her fourth women's World Cup event of the season with jumps of 97 and 94 meters. … Norway's four jumpers put together balanced performances in tricky wind to win the team gold medal at the ski flying world championship in Bad Mitterndorf, Austria.
Luge: Olympic champions Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt led a 1-2 German finish in a luge doubles event in Overhof, Germany.