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Warmer weather creates problems.
Bode Miller led the downhill but finished sixth overall with Steven Nyman in ninth as super combined debuted at the 2007 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.
T.J. Lanning (Park City, UT) was named Wednesday to fill the final U.S. men's start slot in the super combined race at the FIS Alpine World Championships.
Steven Nyman (Provo, UT) survived stepping on his ski in mid-race to finish 12th Tuesday in super G as the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships opened in sunshine and biting cold.
Super G doubleheader set for Tuesday.
Macartney 19th and Sullivan 20th.
Bode Miller blazed through the longest downhill on the World Cup tour Saturday, to capture the 77th Lauberhorn. The win brings him within two victories of Phil Mahre.
Olympic combined champion Ted Ligety fought his way through softening snow in the slalom phase of a World Cup super combined race Sunday to finish 10th.
Top U.S. skier in Bormio DH-1 was Marco Sullivan.
Career fifth World Cup victory.
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