Liechtenstein's Marco Buechel was fastest Wednesday during downhill training for the final World Cup races before the Turin Olympics while Daron Rahlves finished 22nd and teammate Bode Miller completed a Dubai vacation.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) and USSA have announced that the women's World Cup races which were originally scheduled to be held at Snowbasin and Deer Vally, Utah have been rescheduled and will be run in Sta. Caterina, Italy.
Michaela Dorfmeister and Alexandra Meissnitzer gave Austria the top two spots in a wind-swept super-G race Saturday, while world champion and defending World Cup overall champ Anja Paerson finished fifth before her home fans.
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.