Lind won the men’s classic style final while Andersson took her second World Cup win in the women’s final.
In slalom, defending overall champ Anja Persson skied out of the first run in Slovenia Sunday and was forced to watch the second run as a spectator, but two of her teammates achieved career-best results. Therese Borssen made her debut on the podium in third, while Maria Pietilae-Holmner gained her best finish with eighth.
At the inaugural Royal Trophy men’s team golf tournament in Thailand, Sweden’s henrik Stenson, along with Irishmen Graeme McDowell and Paul McGinley, overcame a determined Asia to give Europe a 9-7 win in Sunday’s singles matches.
And Finnish champions Karpat Oulu beat out Sweden’s Frölunda Indians 3-0 on Saturday to reach ice hockey’s European Champions Cup final for the second year running.