JASNA - Switzerland's Lara Gut replaced Lindsey Vonn on top of the overall women's World Cup standings on Monday, and all but clinched the title, five days after the injured American ended her season. Gut finished fourth in a giant slalom in the Slovakian resort of Jasna to move 22 points clear of the absent Vonn and 263 clear of third-placed German Viktoria Rebensburg. The Swiss had missed a chance to go top on Sunday when she failed to finish the first run of a slalom. Austrian Eva-Maria Brem won the race, her third World Cup victory and second of the season, to extend her lead in the standings for the technical discipline and move closer to claiming her first Crystal Globe. She now leads Olympic champion Rebensburg by 52 points. Gut is third in those standings.