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Bode Miller continued his impressive transition from slalom and GS racing to a World Cup four-event racer Sunday, posting the fastest time up-top and finishing sixth overall.
Bode Miller (Franconia, NH) continued his impressive transition from slalom and GS racing into a World Cup four-event racer Sunday.
1. Hermann Maier, Austria, 1 minute, 24.20 seconds.
2. Stephan Eberharter, Austria, 1:24.55.
3. Kenneth Sivertsen, Norway, 1:24.62.
Today was D-Day, or as they say auf Deutsch, Tag X. Every event and every medal is important at the World Championships, but the downhill is the king daddy of them all.
Hannes Trinkl beat fellow Austrian Hermann Maier to win the gold medal in the men's downhill Wednesday, the showcase race of the World Championships.
Men's World Cup Ski Results as of Jan. 24 2004
After a momentary lapse at the Winter Olympics, Stephan Eberharter regained his stranglehold on the downhill Wednesday, winning the season's World Cup finale.
Men's World Cup DH Results
The American, who failed to finish any of her three races in the Salt Lake City Olympics, finished second Wednesday behind overall World Cup champion Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria in the season's final downhill race.
Stephan Eberharter won a World Cup downhill in which Austria showed overwhelming strength Saturday by capturing seven of the top eight spots.
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