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Anja Paerson of Sweden picked up the biggest title of her career Wednesday night in horrid conditions to win theslalom at the World Alpine Ski Championships.
Sweden's Anja Paerson won a super giant slalom Friday to inaugurate the course for next year's Turin Olympics, her first victory in a speed event at the World Cup level.
Defending World Cup SL champion Sabine Eggerof Austria climbed out of 11th place on the second run Wednesday to wina women's slalom race.
Fashion designer Donna Karan is doing some mending of her own after injuring her knee while helicopter skiing.
Anja Paerson jumped and jibed her way down a difficult Sl course at the World Junior Alpine Championships to take the win on Feb. 7. US skier Kristina Koznick finished 8th.
Austria's talent-laden Alpine skiing team has yet another star on its hands. He's Mario Matt, who has now won twice in only seven World Cup slalom starts.
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