KITZBUHEL - Aksel Lund Svindal powered to victory in the men's super-G Friday to extend Norway's unprecedented dominance in the men's World Cup, with 13 wins from 20 races so far this season. Svindal clocked 1min 11.79sec down the 2.1km-long course in cold, sunny conditions. It was Svindal's 32nd career victory on the World Cup circuit and his seventh this season. Importantly it stretched his lead in the overall standings from Austrian rival Marcel Hirscher, who could only finish 23rd (+1.90), to 107 points. American Andrew Weibrecht took second, at 0.31sec, with home hopes somewhat fulfilled as reigning world champion in the discipline, Austrian Hannes Reichelt, rounded out the podium in third (+0.42). "With the ice and the sun, it's a good day to ski Kitzbuehel," said Svindal.