ALTA BADIA - Austria's triple overall World Cup champion Marcel Hirscher claimed Sunday's giant slalom in Alta Badia to overtake his legendary compatriot Franz Klammer in number of World Cup wins. This fourth success of the season took Hirscher's tally to 27, one clear of Klammer, the former Olympic champion who dominated the downhill discipline in the 1970s. Hirscher still has some way to go however to threaten Swedish alpine ski great Ingemar Stenmark's record of 86 World Cup titles in a 16-season career from 1974 to 1989. Hirscher posted a time of 2min 30.17sec to beat American Ted Ligety, who came in 1.45s adrift, with France's Thomas Fanara (1:48) completing the podium. The in-form 25-year-old was adding this to his wins in the giant slaloms in Solden and Are.