BEAVER CREEK, Colo. -- Ted Ligety turned in a flawless final run to win a fourth straight World Cup giant slalom race, edging U.S. teammate Bode Miller. Ligety completed the technical course in a two-run combined time of 2 minutes, 35.77 seconds on Sunday, eclipsing Miller by 1.32 seconds. Marcel Hirscher of Austria was third. Moments after Miller took the lead with a hard-charging pass through the course, Ligety thrilled the capacity crowd in Beaver Creek, Colorado, with a furious run of his own, leaning across the finish line. Its the first time the Americans have placed two skiers on a GS podium since 2005, when Miller and Daron Rahlves went 1-2. "To share the podium with Bode is awesome.