Marcel Hirscher sets record with fifth giant slalom win in Alta Badia

LA VILLA, Italy -- Marcel Hirscher dominated both runs to take a record fifth straight win in the Alta Badia giant slalom Sunday.

Hirscher finished a massive 1.70 seconds ahead of Norwegian rival Henrik Kristoffersen, with Zan Kranjec of Slovenia 1.82 behind in third.

Hirscher broke a tie with Italian great Alberto Tomba, who had four giant slalom wins on the challenging Gran Risa course.

The six-time defending overall World Cup winner from Austria, Hirscher also won a slalom in Badia in 2011.

Hirscher drew level atop the overall standings with Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway, who did not enter the race.

Olympic and three-time world champion Ted Ligety finished fifth for his best result in more than a year.

A parallel giant slalom is scheduled for the Gran Risa on Monday.