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When in Kazakhstan, do like the Kazakhs: Order up a heaping plate of kazy, pile on the yak fur and ski like a nomad.
Hermann Maier will probably end his season early to have a titanium rod removed from the leg he almost lost.
Brigitte Obermoser won her first World Cup super giant slalom Sunday, helping the Austrian team cap an impressive weekend.
And so is the Austrian team, which suffered a rare shutout on the Hahnenkamm downhill podium two days earlier.
Ask national team ski racers what they do in the off-season, and they'll most likely tell you their sport is a full-time job. That's true, but it's also the short answer
Racer eX exposes the real World Championships.
As expected, the men's combined slalom is turning into a pure Norwegian and Austrian thing, as the men complete the first run today. Aamodt of Norway (pictured) set the pace for the first slalom run to go into the lead with a time of 45.85 seconds.
Isolde Kostner of Italy had the fastest downhill training time in St. Anton, Austria, today.
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.
Maier won his fifth World Cup super-giant slalom title Sunday, and also put himself in the running for the overall crown.
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