Marlies Schild won the first run of a women's World Cup slalom Friday.
The Austrian skier, who won all three previous slalom races this season, posted 55.78 seconds at the 550-meter (601.7-yard) Hirschenkogel course.
Sweden's Therese Borssen was second, 0.82 behind.
Kathrin Zettel, winner of Thursday's giant slalom, came in third and trailed Schild by 1.35.
Austria's Nicole Hosp, who overtook Schild in the World Cup standings Thursday, did not finish after losing control on the icy and bumpy course.
American skiers Lindsey Kildow and Julia Mancuso finished well behind the winner. Kildow trailed Schild by 3.29 seconds, Mancuso by 6.54.
The two-time overall World Cup champion Anja Paerson of Sweden did not start because of problems with her left knee after Thursday's giant slalom, in which she finished sixth.