KVITFJELL, Norway — Georg Streitberger of Austria held off overall leader Bode Miller to win the men's super-G for his first World Cup victory Sunday, edging the American by 0.20 seconds. Streitberger went down the 2,574-meter Olympic course in 1 minute, 26.68 seconds.

Miller's result matched his previous best in the super-G this season, and he increased his lead in the overall standings ahead of Didier Cuche of Switzerland, who finished in third place 0.32 seconds behind Streitberger.

Miller now has 1,363 points. Cuche is 185 points behind.