Kostelić chose not to compete in the downhill and concentrated on the combined.
She performed well in the downhill run and then won the gold medal after the two-run slalom.
Kostelić was the World Cup overall champion in 2001, 20.
On 15 January 2006, Kostelić became only the third woman in World Cup history (after Swede Pernilla Wiberg and Austrian Petra Kronberger) to win World Cup races in all of the sport's five disciplines.
Sechs Skirennfahrer vor einer ungewissen Alpin-Saison: LINDSEY VONN Das Glamour-Girl im Weltcup verzichtet auf Sölden - übrigens genauso wie Teamkollegin Julia Mancuso.
Leider werde ich nicht da sein, aber meine Ziele in dieser Saison sind eher die Abfahrt und der Super-G, schrieb die Amerikanerin den Fans jüngst bei Facebook.
She then won a silver medal in the super-G, just behind Daniela Ceccarelli.
The next race was the slalom, in which Kostelić won her second gold medal, narrowly beating Laure Péquegnot.In World Cup competition, she won thirty individual races, three overall titles, three slalom titles, and four (unofficial) combined titles.Kostelić is the only woman to win four gold medals in alpine skiing at the Winter Olympics (in 20), and the only woman to win three alpine skiing gold medals in one Olympics (2002).At the age of 16, Kostelić was selected for the Croatian team for the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano. Kostelić then suffered knee ligament damage which kept her out of competition until late 2000.She won the World Cup overall title that 2001 season with eight further victories.Her older brother Ivica is a ski racer in his own right, the 2011 overall World Cup champion.