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Kirsten Clark and Jonna Mendes went silver and bronze in the women's super G Monday as the women opened their campaign at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in St. Moritz.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) and USSA have announced that the women's World Cup races which were originally scheduled to be held at Snowbasin and Deer Vally, Utah have been rescheduled and will be run in Sta. Caterina, Italy.
The first men's downhill training run at Lake Louise, Alberta was pushed back one day due to recent warm weather and a lack of preparation.
Picabo Street was the top American Friday in the women's downhill inSaalbach, finishing 10th behind winner Hilde Gerg of Germany. Kirsten Clark was 11th.
Michael Walchhofer won his second World Cup downhill race in two days, leading a 1-2-3 Austrian sweep ahead of Bode Miller on Saturday and closing in on the discipline title.
Cross-country ski star Kristina Smigun, Estonia's best Olympic medal hope, has tested positive in an initial doping test, the Baltic News Service reported Wednesday.
Michael Walchhofer will be a tough man to beat for the World Cup downhill title.
June 7: Park City, Aspen, Lake Louise, Beaver Creek schedule races in November and December.
A men's World Cup downhill race scheduled for Friday was canceled due to heavy snowfall.
Kristina Koznick vaulted 11 places - to sixth - with a solid second run while Sarah Schleper tied for eighth and Resi Stiegler was 17th.
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