Skiing: Reinfried Herbst wins slalom World Cup title
GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany — Reinfried Herbst of Austria earned the slalom World Cup title Saturday in the final race of the season, which was won by Felix Neureuther of Germany.
Neureuther won his second slalom race of the season, with first-run leader Manfred Pranger of Austria finishing second and Andre Myhrer of Sweden third.
Herbst won the title ahead of Julien Lizeroux of France, who finished fourth. Herbst was only ninth but he had a 43-point lead ahead of the race and took the title with 534 points. Lizeroux finished with 512 points.