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Mancuso posts fastest second run to lead U.S.
Top U.S. skier in Bormio DH-1 was Marco Sullivan.
The string of nine World Cup alpine podiums by five U.S. skiers in six days, including the first victory of their career for Olympic champion Julia Mancuso (Olympic Valley, CA) and Steven Nyman (Provo, UT), is unprecedented for the U.S. Ski Team.
Kildow on the podium in third.
Superb results for Kildow and Cook on the downhill.
Career fifth World Cup victory.
Career best GS results for Stiegler and Kelley.
Anja Paerson has has never been injured while competing at the highest level in one of the world's most dangerous sports.
U.S. Ski Team alpine racers again will be on the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine this week, the fifth time U.S. skiers have helped introduce the sports weekly's pre-Olympics issue.
Heading into an Olympic year—and what might be his last full World Cup season—Daron Rahlves wants it more than ever. Close won't be good enough.
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