- France's Tessa Worley clinched the World Cup women's giant slalom season crown Sunday while Federica Brignone won the last race of the campaign in the discipline, leading an Italian podium sweep. Worley became the first French woman to win a World Cup title in any discipline since 2003, taking the first season globe trophy of her 10-season career. "This winter has really been a dream come true," said Worley who the world championships title in the giant slalom at Saint Moritz last month. "It's unbelievable." Worley was fifth in 1:59.84, one spot and 0.31 of a second in front of American Mikaela Shiffrin, the only person who could have denied her the World Cup giant slalom title.