VAL-D'ISERE - Elisabeth Goergl beat fellow Austrian Anna Fenninger in the women's World Cup super-G at Val d'Isere on Sunday as Lindsey Vonn crashed out. Vonn was seeking to follow up Saturday's downhill win in the French Alps which put her to within one of Annemarie Moser-Proell's all-time World Cup record of 62. But as the American snow queen's record-equalling bid failed to take off Goergl was celebrating a tight five hundredths of a second win over Olympic champion Fenninger. The 33-year-old slalom and super-G world champion in 2011, who had come in second to Vonn in the downhill 24 hours earlier, clocked a time of 1min 25.42 seconds. This was her seventh World Cup win and she nailed it with a lightning final section at more than 106kph. Slovenia's Tina Maze finished in third.