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Miller Bags Another Top 10

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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.

Beaver Creek Super G: Miller Bags Another Top-10

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Bode Miller (Franconia, NH) continued his impressive transition from slalom and GS racing into a World Cup four-event racer Sunday.

World Cup Finals: Men's Downhill Results

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1. Hermann Maier, Austria, 1 minute, 24.20 seconds.

2. Stephan Eberharter, Austria, 1:24.55.

3. Kenneth Sivertsen, Norway, 1:24.62.

SKImag.com Exclusive: Racer eX Exposes the Real St. Anton Race Scene

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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.

<P>Trinkl Beats Maier for Downhill Gold Medal, Rahlves Fifth

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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.

Eberharter Powers Austria in Downhill

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Stephan Eberharter won a World Cup downhill in which Austria showed overwhelming strength Saturday by capturing seven of the top eight spots.

World Alpine Championships Men's Downhill Results

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St. Moritz, Switzerland Feb. 8, 2003 (AP)--Final results of the World Alpine Championship downhill.

Austrians Overwhelm Men's Downhill

Advice

Stephan Eberharter won a World Cup downhill in which Austria showed overwhelming strength Saturday by capturing seven of the top eight spots.

Eberharter Wins World Cup Downhill Title

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Eberharter leads Austrians into the top five spots at the St. Mortiz Downhill.

Men's World Cup Downhill Results: 12/20/03

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Results as of December 20th 2003

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