Switzerland's Marco Odermatt extended his overall Alpine Ski World Cup lead with victory in Wengen ©Getty Images

Switzerland's runaway men's Alpine Ski World Cup leader Marco Odermatt notched another victory in the super-G discipline on home ice in Wengen.

Odermatt now has a lead of almost 500 points on 945 in the overall standings.

The top three for the season all finished on the podium in the Swiss resort, with Odermatt quickest in 1min 29.00sec.

That was his sixth World Cup win of 2021-2022.

He beat Norway's Aleksander Aamodt Kilde by 0.23 seconds.

Kilde tops the discipline standings after three victories so far this season - he has 380 points in the super-G, while his 549 place him second overall.

Odermatt closed the gap on the super-G leaderboard by moving up to 319 points.

Austria's Matthias Mayer is third on the super-G and overall standings, and finished third in Wengen with his time of 1:29.58.

Five other athletes clocked under 1:30.00, including fourth-placed Romed Baumann of Germany and Canada's James Crawford in fifth.

The super-G World Cup was moved from Bormio in Italy, where it was postponed on December 30.

Two downhill World Cups are set to follow in Wengen tomorrow and on Saturday (January 15), with a slalom event scheduled for Sunday (January 16).