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Three women's races in World Cup skiing were called off at the French resort of Megeve because of lack of snow.
A men's World Cup giant slalom was postponed Sunday when heavy snowfall reduced visibility and made skiing dangerous.
Ingrid Jacquemod of France won a downhill Friday for her first World Cup victory, with American Lindsey Kildow finishing fourth and maintaining her lead in the overall standings.
A men's World Cup downhill race scheduled for Saturday was canceled, the second straight day a race was wiped out on the Lauberhorn course due to heavy snowfall.
A men's downhill race planned for Friday in the French resort of Chamonix was canceled because of bad weather.
Alpe d'Huez ski resort is suing two US snowboarders who started an avalanche when they went out of bounds illegally.
Austria's Stephan Eberharter clinched his first World Cup super-G victory Friday after finishing runnerup three times before at this French resort.
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