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The unflappable and freakishly strong podium hog refuses to budge from the top.
Bode Miller became the first American to win the men's downhill at the world alpine championships Saturday, while teammate Daron Rahlves took second for an overpowering show by the U.S. team.
Bode Miller won a World Cup slalom in Sestriere, Italy, giving him six victories in 10 races this season.
Liechtenstein's Birgit Heeb-Batliner overtook Austrian first-run leader Alexandra Meissinitzer to earn the first World Cup win of her career Thursday.
Olympic slalom champion Janica Kostelic grabbed the first-run lead Saturday and powered her way through softening snow to her 14th World Cup victory. American Sarah Schleper finished sixth.
After five seasons on the U.S. Ski Team staff, Martin Andersen has resigned as men's slalom and giant slalom head coach.
Most Utah ski areas have a great mountain, some lodging and that's pretty much it. Park City makes up for the rest of the state's sins of omission with a vengeance.
Sweden's Anja Paerson built a huge first-run lead Sunday and cruised to her first giant slalom victory of the season, while Caroline Lalive had the best U.S. performance, finishing 10th.
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.
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