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[ Wed, 2010-01-13 13:54 ]
Sarah Schleper
Lindsey Vonn had a first-run DNF; Austria's Marlies Schild was the winner in night slalom

Vail’s Sarah Schleper continues to look like she means business in the lead-up to what certainly will be her last Olympics, while Lindsey Vonn, feeling better about her injured hand, straddled and skied out midway through the first run in Tuesday’s World Cup slalom, held under the lights at Flachau. Marlies Schild of Austria edged Maria Riesch of Germany for the win, but Vonn remains in the overall points lead by 112 points.

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