Guenther Mader of Austria captured the men's Super G race Sunday and Franz Heinzer of Switzerland finished second to take the overall lead in the World Cup standings.
Heinzer earned 20 points for his second-place finish and vaulted ahead of Alberto Tomba of Italy. Tomba skipped the Garmisch-Partenkirchen events. Heinzer, who gained eight points for finishing eighth in Saturday's downhill, has 104 points. Tomba has 97.Mader, who was timed in 1 minute, 23.95 seconds, recorded his sixth World Cup victory of his career. Heinzer finished in 1:24.24.