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Legacy: 1972

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With a massive lodge and even bigger ambitions, Tony Wise improbably put Mt. Telemark, Wis., on the national ski map. His enduring gift to skiing, in fact, is 51 kilometers long.

Maier Considers Season-Ending Surgery

Features

Hermann Maier will probably end his season early to have a titanium rod removed from the leg he almost lost.

Buechel Wins Super G in Germany

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Marco Buechel won a super giant slalom Sunday for his first World Cup victory in a race in which Bode Miller hurt his chances for the overall title.

Eberharter Extends Overall Lead While Miller Struggles

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Bode Miller had a jarring return to everyday life on the World Cup circuit this past weekend in Germany. Eberharter picked up 180 points over two days, extending his overall lead over Miller.

Men's World Cup Super G Results from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

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Final results of the men's Super G race from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

Maier Reclaims Points Lead with Garmisch Super G

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Austrian Hermann Maier, the master of the super G, earned the 45th victory of his career Sunday - his first in nearly two months - and reclaimed the World Cup points lead in a super G on the Zugspitze, Germany's highest mountain.

Men's World Cup Super G Results: Jan. 30, 2006

Advice

Final results of the men's World Cup Super G at GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany.

Rahlves Takes Lauberhorn, Wins Third DH of Season

Advice

While Bode Miller griped about too much media coverage this week, American teammate Daron Rahlves was inspired by a lack of recognition.

Six Elected to US Ski Hall of Fame

Advice

Seven skiers were inducted into the U.S. National Ski Hall of Fame.

Clark Leads U.S. Women in Cortina Downhill

News

Kirsten Clark finished 13th Saturday as four U.S. women scored World Cup points behind Austrian Renate Goetschl, who won a downhill over World Cup DH leader Isolde Kostner of Italy.

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