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Dorfmeister Takes World Cup Downhill Lead with Win

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Michaela Dorfmeister won a World Cup downhill race Saturday but was more concerned about Caroline Lalive.

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

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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.

Think It Through

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Ever wonder how ski racers attack a 2.5-mile course, negotiating jumps and turns at 80 mph? Their secret is having a plan before they ski.

World Cup Women's Downhill Canceled

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The World Cup women's downhill races were canceled Sunday because of high winds.

Women's Downhill Title Hangs on Last Two Races

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The World Cup women's downhill title will be decided by the last two races of the season. American Kirsten Clark and France's Carole Montillet are tied for the lead in the downhill standings with 245 points.

Eberharter Wins World Cup Downhill Title

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Austria's Stephan Eberharter won his second straight World Cup downhill title Saturday, dominating the competition on the icy, sun-soaked Kandahar course.

Board Therapy

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Those of us who once regarded snowboarders the way Rome did the arrival of the Huns have been humbled.

Rahlves Records Sixth DH Podium of Season

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Daron Rahlves grabbed his sixth podium of the season Saturday, and put himself into the U.S. record books by clinching the All-Time Best U.S. World Cup Finish.

Walchhofer Wins Downhill at Worlds

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As expected, an Austrian won the World Championship downhill.

The Penny Pincher

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A penny saved may be a skill earned: Here's how to use a coin to carve like an Olympic ski racer.

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