Czech claims second Alpine Ski World Cup victory ahead of Friday's downhill winner Corinne Suter and Federica Brignone at Val d'Isere.
And in the Super G, where the skiers are not permitted a practice run unlike the downhill, Ledecka excelled as she added to her previous World Cup win in last December's first Lake Louise downhill.
Suter has made an excellent start to the defence of her Super G and downhill Crystal Globes, claiming back-to-back second places on the OK course after her win in Friday's downhill.
Brignone missed yesterday's second downhill after crashing on Friday, but recovered to claim her third podium of the new campaign ahead of fellow Italian Marta Bassino.
Vlhova earned 40 World Cup points for sixth place to take her overall tally to 465.
She's well clear of a compressed chasing pack with Olympic combined gold medallist Michelle Gisin on 327, Bassino 323, Brignone 308 and Goggia 302.
The three Italians today moved above Mikaela Shiffrin who is now sixth on 275 points.
The speed specialists get to enjoy a break now with Semmering in Austria hosting a giant slalom and slalom on 28-29 December.