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Results from the men's Super-G race in St. Anton, Austria.
Daron Rahlves of the United States jolted the mighty Austrians on Tuesday by winning the gold medal in the super giant slalom at the world championships.
We grew up in White Pass, Wash., where the snow is soft. If you try to stay long all day long, or stay short all day, you can't ski well. Down and up, patience and fluidity are the keys.
Timing is everything. I had the good fortune to retire from ski racing just at the start of an equipment revolution. So now, as my technique gets less refined, the equipment gets more refined.
A call to ski manufacturers: Save the knees. A couple of years ago, while I was writing a profile of Bill Esrey, the genial, athletic CEO of the Sprint communications company, I heard that he'd suffered a severe knee injury at Vail.
With the Worlds coming to town Jan. 30 to Feb. 14, the Vail Valley must be packed tighter than Hermann Maier's trophy case, right? Wrong.
At the end of the giant slalom, his last Olympic race, Stephan Eberharter collapsed at the finish area, lying motionless on his side in the snow.
The sense of relief was there for all to see.
Daron Rahlves won the men's World Cup Final downhill Wednesday. It was Rahlves' eighth career World Cup win, all in speed events, and fourth this season.
Results and overall standings after a men's downhill race on Mar. 15, at the World Cup Finals in Bormio, Italy.
Austrian Josef Strobl took the fastest time for the weekend's World Cup downhill on one of the most challenging courses on the World Cup circuit in Wengen, Switzerland.
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