BERLIN: US ski queen Lindsey Vonn had to settle for third on Sunday as Switzerland’s Lara Gut won the women’s World Cup Super-G race in Garmisch. Vonn had picked up the 76th win of her career in winning Saturday’s downhill with a commanding display down the Kandahar to finish a second and a half ahead of her nearest rival. But 24 hours later she had to make do with a podium place, 0.23sec behind Gut’s winning time of 1min 20.51sec while Germany’s Viktoria Rebensburg was second at 0.15sec back. It was the 124th time Vonn has finished on the podium of a World Cup race. The result keeps Vonn top of the overall leaderboard with 1,060 points, Gut second on 973 and Rebensburg third on 820.