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Hermann Maier of Austria claimed his 32nd win his career and fourth of the season Val d'Isere, France on Saturday while two U.S. skiers placed in the top 20.
The assignment is clear for Bode Miller and U.S. teammate Daron Rahlves—break Austria's six-year hold on the downhill title at the world championships.
Men's World Cup Ski Results
America vs. Austria, the ski opera set in the Italian Alps, had a twist _ in Act I.
Austrian Josef Strobl took the fastest time for the weekend's World Cup downhill on one of the most challenging courses on the World Cup circuit in Wengen, Switzerland.
St. Moritz, Switzerland Feb. 8, 2003 (AP)--Final results of the World Alpine Championship downhill.
Results Thursday of a men's night slalom at Schlamding, Austria, on Mar. 9
Hermann Maier crashed during a training run but is expected to race in Saturday's downhill at the world championships.
Didier Cuche gave Switzerland its first World Cup victory of the season when he won Friday's downhill ahead of American Daron Rahlves.
Poof! went the rivalry—at least for now. The Austrians had one medalist in Sunday's Olympic downhill, and the Americans had none.
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