LAKE LOUISE - Swiss star Lara Gut won the season-opening World Cup super-G race Sunday, topping runner-up Lindsey Vonn who appears to be back to her old self after a second-straight podium finish. The 23-year-old Gut stormed down the 1,923 metre course in a time of one minute, 18.46 seconds, finishing 0.37 seconds ahead of Vonn, who led the USA to its first World Cup podium sweep in Saturday’s downhill. World Cup overall points leader Tina Maze finished third in a time of 1:19.27. Gut won last year’s Lake Louise super-G and also finished at the top of the podium in the final two super-G races of last season. “It is the first time I am able to win at the same place twice,” said Gut. “It is funny that it happened in Lake Louise. The course set was kind of straight. You had to risk it all.”