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For the first time in this year's World Junior Alpine Championships, an Austrian did not podium in an event. Instead, a German and two Italians stood atop the podium after the slalom on Feb. 9.
Andrew Weibrecht led the U.S. 11-14 years old team to win the 40th annual Trofeo Topolino international children's race in Pinzolo, Italy.
Jeff Harrison won the men's giant slalom Friday at the World Alpine Junior Championships. He led both runs for the third U.S. medal of the championships.
March 8: The 2003 World Junior Championships came to a conclusion Saturday with the Americans collecting their fifth medal.
Feb. 17: Defending triple gold medalist Mancuso, fellow Olympian Kildow and Stiegler, who just competed in the World Championships, were named Monday to compete in the alpine World Junior Championships next month in France.
Jesse Hunt, whose U.S. men's slalom team ranked third in the world this year, has been named Alpine director for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association.
Julia Mancuso and Adam Cole made U.S. ski racing history Wednesday, becoming the first American racers to sweep an event at the World Juniors.
Austrian youngsters grabbed 4 of the 6 medals in the downhill on the opening day of the World Junior Alpine Championships. Julia Mancuso finished 8th for the top US result.
Austrians took four of the first five places in World Junior men's GS action. Josh Whitman finished 11th, leading all five Americans into the top 25.
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