(CNN) -- Sweden's Anja Paerson and Dominique Gisin of Switzerland tied for victory in Sunday's women's downhill at Zauchensee, Austria, with both completing the 2.95km Kaelberloch course in an identical time of one minute, 47.52 seconds.
Paerson (left) and Gisin were both celebrating after recording identical times in Sunday's downhill in Austria.
Veteran Paerson, who was securing her 40th career World Cup win and Gisin, who was celebrating her first success, came home ahead of American Lindsey Vonn -- whose third-placed finish was enough to see her regain the lead from Maria Riesch in the overall World Cup standings.
Vonn, who also tops the downhill standings after two races following her success at Lake Louise in December, is just 11 points ahead of German Riesch in the standings.
She has 776 points, with Riesch -- who finished seventh on Sunday -- on 765 and Paerson now up to third place on 702 points.
New sensation Larisa Yurkiw of Canada, who surprised her rivals by winning Saturday's downhill run in the super-combined, had a blistering start again but went out as she skied full speed into a sharp turn and missed a gate.
The women's World Cup continues with four speed races in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, starting on Thursday.