The Italian followed up his downhill victory on home snow on Friday by achieving a record fourth win on the Stelvio course, eclipsing Austrian greats Hermann Maier and Michael Walchhofer.
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He trailed Mayer by 0.33 at the final checkpoint before closing the gap over the final gates with a smooth line to finish in 1:29.95 – just 0.01 seconds quicker than the Austrian.
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Aleksander Aamodt Kilde of Norway finished third in a time of 1:30.41, 0.46 seconds behind Paris, which helped him move up to third in the overall rankings behind Marcel Hirscher.
Paris' 11th career win, which includes two victories in the famed downhill in Kitzbuehel, moves him from seventh up to fifth overall while Mayer is in 12th in the overall standings.
There was a delay in proceedings earlier in the day when Norwegian racer Stian Saugestad crashed midway down, before being airlifted off the course to a local hospital.
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