Oberhofen, Switzerland Dec. 11, 2003 (AP) -- Two women's World Cup slalom races were switched to the Italian resort of Madonna di Campiglio. The races will be run Tuesday and Wednesday. Lack of snow caused them to be moved from Spindleruv Mlyn in the Czech Republic and Vratna in Slovakia. The International Ski Federation approved the new dates Thursday after confirmation of TV coverage. Visit www.skimag.com or www.skiingmag.com for full coverage of the races.
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