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Last week we told you about World Cup alpine ski champions raising money for victims of the Haiti earthquake.
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Best U.S. 50K at Worlds since 1978.
American Kirsten Clark secures her first World Cup victory with "an incredible run" in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.
World champion Daron Rahlves, first-time World Cup winner Kirsten Clark and 13 other Olympians, including defending super G gold medalist Picabo Street, headline anextremely deep 29-member U.S. Alpine Ski Team for the comingOlympic season.
World champion Daron Rahlves, Kirsten Clark, and 13 other Olympians including Picabo Street headline an extremely deep 30-member U.S. Alpine Ski Team named for the coming Olympic season.
Hilde Gerg of Germany won the last women's World Cup downhill of the season Thursday,just ahead of Isolde Kostner of Italy, who clinched the season's downhill title for the first time.
Megan Gerety, who as fifth in her first World Cup race in 1991, did it again Thursday, finishing fifth in downhill as the World Cup Finals got underway in flat light and 25-degree weather.
Daron Rahlves of the United States jolted the mighty Austrians on Tuesday by winning the gold medal in the super giant slalom at the world championships.
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