Ivica Kostelic won the Wengen slalom to inch closer to Austria's Marcel Hirscher in the overall chase (Getty Images/Agence Zoom/Alexis Boichard)
WENGEN, Switzerland (Jan. 15) - Defending Audi FIS Alpine World Cup overall champion Ivica Kostelic of Croatia moved closer current overall leader Marcel Hirscher of Austria with victory in the Wengen slalom as Hirscher was disqualified for straddling a gate. It was Kostelic's second win of the weekend after opening the 82nd Lauberhorn with victory in super combined. No American men made the second run. The men's World Cup tour now moves to fabled Kitzbuehel, Austira for the Hahnenkamm featuring super G, downhill, slalom and a traditional combined.
Croatia's Ivica Kostelic won the Wengen slalom for his second victory of the weekend
World Cup overall leader Marcel Hirscher of Austria was disqualified for straddling a gate
Kostelic now trails Hirscher by 30 points in the overall chase
No American men made the second run
Ted Ligety is fourth and Bode Miller sixth in the overall standings
The men's World Cup tour moves to Kitzbuehel, Austria for the famed Hahnenkamm race week