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Men's SG Postponed; Cavagnoud Wins Women's SG Title

Features

Hermann Maier will have to wait one more day before he gets another chance to tie one of alpine skiing's most remarkable records.

Miller Crashes, Covili Takes GS Gold

News

Bode Miller looked primed for his third World Cup win in a week. But after two victories last week Miller fell just a few gates into his final run in the World Cup giant slalom in Italy. France's Frederic Covili took home the gold.

Nyberg Scantily Wins Birds of Prey SG

Advice

Sweden's Frederik Nyberg barely held off Austrian and Norwegian contenders to take his first World Cup win in Sunday's super G at Beaver Creek, CO.

Gruber Wins Garmisch SG, Miller Fourth

Advice

Christoph Gruber made up for his disappointing performance at the world championships with his first World Cup victory in four years.

Maier Crashes During Training

Advice

Hermann Maier crashed during a training run but is expected to race in Saturday's downhill at the world championships.

Rahlves Psyched to Resume DH Racing

Advice

After a few tough weeks, skier Daron Rahlves is ready to resume downhill racing.

Gruber, Strobl Fastest In Men's DH Training

Advice

Austria's Christoph Gruber posted the fastest time in a men's downhill training session at the Alpine Skiing World Championships on Tuesday, ahead of teammate Fritz Strobl and the surprising Finlay Mickel of Britain.

Walchhofer Wins DH on Lauberhorn; Miller Third

Advice

Michael Walchhofer led Austria to a 1-2 finish in a World Cup downhill Saturday while overall leader Bode Miller was third on the famed Lauberhorn, the longest course on the circuit.

Drama Builds as Weekend Races Approach

Advice

Even after skiing off-course in Thursday's Super-G, Miller is still within striking distance of a World Cup title.

Rahlves Ready for Tomorrow's Downhill

Advice

For the past year, Daron Rahlves has been in the spotlight as the unlikely world champion who defeated the mighty Austrian alpine skiers on their own slopes. Sunday, he gets another chance--this time on American snow.

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