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Finals: Mancuso, Miller in Title Hunts

News

Olympic champion Julia Mancuso remains in the hunt with three Austrians for the women's overall World Cup title this week at World Cup Finals and former world champion Bode Miller leads in his bid for a second World Cup super G title in three seasons.

Worlds End as Austria Dominates Team Event

News

The U.S. Ski Team found itself in an early hole Sunday and climbed partway out, finishing 11th in the team event, the final competition at the 2007 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.

Sullivan Leads U.S. Men in First Bormio Downhill

News

Top U.S. skier in Bormio DH-1 was Marco Sullivan.

Motivations

Features

Heading into an Olympic year—and what might be his last full World Cup season—Daron Rahlves wants it more than ever. Close won't be good enough.

Rahlves Wins, Miller 5th in Bormio DH

Features

Reigning world super G champion Daron Rahlves devoured an icy downhill run Sunday to collect the third World Cup victory of his career.

Rahlves Wins Bormio DH, Miller Takes Fifth

Features

Reigning world super G champion Daron Rahlves devoured an icy downhill run Sunday to collect the third World Cup victory of his career. Bode Miller finished fifth.

Rahlves In the Hunt

Competition

On the opening day of men's Olympic downhill training, the spotlight fell on pre-race favorites like Daron Rahlves who finished third in training.

Sullivan Ninth in Men's Downhill

Competition

Austrians take gold and bronze, while Rahlves slips to 16th.

U.S. Skiers Set for Summer of Training

Features

Overall, it was a pretty good year for the U.S. Ski Team. Now, with the Olympics on their minds, U.S. skiers look toward a summer of serious training.

SKImag.com Exclusive: Racer eX at the Men's Slalom

Features

After a few days off, today was all about the Austrians again. But thanks to Slovenian Mitja Kunc, a surprise bronze medalist, it wasn't a sweep.

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