ALTENMARKT - Canada's Marie-Michele Gagnon won the women's super-combined in Altenmarkt on Sunday, scoring a first ever World Cup victory in a surprise result. The 24-year-old finished with a total time of 2min 05.55sec after one super-G and one slalom run, ahead of Austrian Michaela Kirchgasser and German double Olympic champion Maria Hoefl-Riesch. Kirchgasser, crowned world silver medallist in the slalom last year, was 0.19sec behind the leader, with pre-race favourite Hoefl-Riesch at 0.84sec. Gagnon, who only had one World Cup podium to her name before Sunday -- a slalom third-place in Are, Sweden in March 2012 -- was 16th after the super-G in the morning. A strong run and mistakes by her closest rivals however ensured her first World Cup victory, to her own surprise.–AFP