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Tomba ran over pesky gates as much as he skied around them, literally changing the course of racing.
The first and most enduring image of the Olympics is the spectacle of the Opening Ceremonies.
Bode Miller has won a race in all four disciplines in 16 days, becoming the fastest man to do so in World Cup history.
Davide Simoncelli captured his first World Cup victory Sunday, winning a giant slalom in which Bode Miller finished third.
Giorgio Rocca has etched his name alongside some of the greatest skiers of all time.
Unheralded Angelo Weiss gave Italy its firstWorld Cup slalom win Sunday since the fabled Alberto Tomba retired afterthe 1998 season.
With the retirements the past two years of Alberto Tomba and Deborah Compagnoni, everyone has been watching to see if Isolde Kostner could keep Italy near the top of world skiing.
World champion Mario Matt of Austria earned the victory Monday on Aspen Mountain, but Bode Miller pulled off the biggest surprise by finishing second, the best result by the United States in a World Cup men's slalom since 1988.
Hermann Maier brought four World Cup titles home for the Austrians, becoming the third alpine skier to win four crowns in a single season.
Pressured to win on the World Cup circuit in order to supply the women's field with a dominant figure, Kostner is also being pressured back home to lift Italian skiing out of the doldrums.
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