More overcast conditions greeted the competitors at Sunday's women's slalom in Lenzerheide, SUI, where Whistler, B.C.'s Britt Janyk raced to a top-20 finish.

Janyk was the lone Canadian to qualify for the second run after moving from a 55th start position to end the first run in 24th. Building on that momentum, Janyk shed another three-tenths of a second off her second run to finish the day in 19th place.

“I'm really happy with my day,” said the 22-year-old Janyk. “I'm building my confidence and my consistency.”

So far this season, Janyk has been delivering consistent results on the World Cup circuit, failing to qualify for a second run only once.

“It's tough out there. I need to go for the first run and get into the top-30,” she said. “I'm doing that – I'm racing that first run. I know I'll be starting near the back again next race, so I have to keep focusing on going for it in the first run.”

Janica Kostelic of Croatia earned her second and third World Cup titles on Sunday, taking top honours in the slalom with a total time of one minute, 42.97, and finishing first in the combined with a time of three minutes, 27.50. Finland's Tanja Poutiainen finished second in the slalom with a total time of 1:44.20, while New Zealand's Claudia Riegler recorded a total time of 1:44.44 to round out the top-three.

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