Alpine skiing: Neureuther wins 10th World Cup race

German skiing ace Felix Neureuther recorded his 10th World Cup victory on Monday with victory in the men's slalom at the Italian resort of Madonna di Campiglio.

The 30-year-old -- who has finished second in the World Cup slalom standings in the past two seasons -- won in a time of 1min 40.57sec.

His compatriot Fritz Dopfer was second, 82 hundreths of a second adrift, with Sweden's Jens Byggmark third, 86hundreths slower.

Austria's triple overall World Cup champion Marcel Hirscher could finish only seventh to remain second in the overall World Cup standings, 36 points behind Norwegian Kjetil Jansrud.