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Rahlves 3rd in Kvitfjell Downhill

Features

Ignoring gusting winds, Daron Rahlves powered through tough conditions in the final World Cup downhill of the season to finish third,

Deneriaz, Goetschl Win Final Downhill; Rahlves, Clark Take Third

Features

France's Antoine Deneriaz won the World Cup Finals men's DH Wednesday, while Austria's Renate Goetschl took the women's. Americans Daron Rahlves and Kirsten Clark both finished third respectively. Bode Miller finished 25th, out of the points.

German's Rauffer Wins Val Gardena DH

Advice

Max Rauffer preferred to skip the debate about whether wind played a part in his first World Cup victory or that the favorites did so poorly.

Miller Takes Fifth in Men's DH

Advice

The men's alpiners opened their Olympic events Sunday with the Men's Downhill and Bode Miller posted the top U.S. finish as he grabbed fifth. Antoine Deneriaz of France smoked the course and the field to win the gold medal.

World Cup Men's Downhill Results From Val Gardena, Italy

News

Final results from a World Cup downhill race at Val Gardena, Italy.

Men's World Cup Downhill Results: Dec. 18, 2004

Advice

Final results of a World Cup downhill from Val Gardena, Italy.

U.S.-Austria Rivalry Fizzles at the DH

Advice

Poof! went the rivalry—at least for now. The Austrians had one medalist in Sunday's Olympic downhill, and the Americans had none.

World Cup Men's Downhill Results from Bormio, Italy

News

Final results of a men's World Cup downhill race from Bormio, Italy.

Miller Takes Fourth in Val Gardena SG

Advice

Bode Miller finished fourth in a World Cup super giant slalom Friday in which Michael Walchhofer led a 1-2-3 Austrian sweep.

Longshot Frenchman Swipes DH Gold

Advice

The gold medal was decided, or so everyone thought. Bode, The Herminator and the rest of Alpine skiing's big boys were already done for, and a few were even congratulating the apparent champ at the bottom of the hill.

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