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Tim Russell of Mammoth, CA and Grete Eliassen of Lillehammer, Norway won first place in the Men's and Women's Ski Rail Jam at OLN's Winter Gravity Games.
Austrian Stephan Eberharter mauled the Lauberhorn course Friday to win a World Cup downhill by more than a second with Daron Rahlves in second place for his fourth podium of the winter.
Daron Rahlves grabbed his third podium of the season by finishing third in a DH race in Bormio, Italy. Bode Miller took eighth.
In an "attack from the back" super G, Bode Miller tied for sixth Friday, leading three Americans into the top 20 behind Didier Defago of Switzerland.
Bode Miller continued his impressive transition from slalom and GS racing to a World Cup four-event racer Sunday, posting the fastest time up-top and finishing sixth overall.
Bode Miller (Franconia, NH) continued his impressive transition from slalom and GS racing into a World Cup four-event racer Sunday.
Erik Schlopy came out of No. 31 start Saturday to deadlock Puckett for the win in theclosest race in U.S. championships history. Defending champion Daron Rahlves was third just .01 back.
Despite too much snow for the speedsters to mach through, the U.S. men found great training in Portillo, Chile while the techsters tore it up in New Zealand.
Feb. 2: The USA and Austria took the podium with Bode Miller taking silver in a tie with Hermann Maier of Austria. Austrian Stephan Eberharter took the win.
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