Second-ranked Luke Donald (71) was tied for third with Charl Schwartzel (68) of South Africa. Louis Oosthuizen (69) was another shot back in fifth.
Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway won a super-G Sunday, completing a sweep at Lake Louise, Alberta. Svindal also won Saturday's downhill, making him the first man to win both events at Lake Louise since Bode Miller in 2004.
* Kathrin Zettel of Austria held off teammate and training partner Marlies Schild with a blazing final run to win a World Cup slalom in Aspen, Colo. Zettel finished in a combined time of 1 minute, 42.46 seconds to narrowly edge Schild by 0.67 seconds.
* Norway won both the men's and women's relay competitions at the season-opening World Cup cross-country in Gallivare, Sweden. The men's team finished the 4 x 7.5-kilometer race in 1 hour, 1 minute, 59.3 seconds to beat Sweden by 6.4 seconds. Russia was third. Norway led the 4 x 5K women's race throughout, finishing in 45 minutes, 32.2 seconds. Sweden took second, 19.4 seconds behind, and the United States was 28.2 back in third.
Sport Stops *
Sebastian Vettel overcame a first-lap crash to capture his third straight Formula One championship in Sao Paulo. He finished sixth in the Brazilian Grand Prix, which won by Jenson Button, and at 25 became the youngest three-time champion in Formula One. Vettel held off Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, the only other driver contending for the title. Alonso finished second but that wasn't enough to erase Vettel's lead in the standings.
* Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp said he is considering making a move to bring David Beckham to the London Premier League club. The 37-year-old former England captain is leaving the Los Angeles Galaxy after six seasons next month in search of a new challenge.
* Olympic luge champion Felix Loch led a German sweep of the top five positions at the season-opening race in Igls, Austria, the first time in the men's World Cup that all five lugers from one nation finished ahead of the field.