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America vs. Austria, the ski opera set in the Italian Alps, had a twist _ in Act I.
Men's World Cup Downhill Results: Dec. 29, 2004
The men's Austrian alpine ski team, led by Herman Maier, took five of the top 10 places in the opening World Cup GS in front of hometown fans.
Bode Miller tied with American teammate Daron Rahlves to win the final super-G of the season Friday, virtually wrapping up the overall World Cup title.
Even after skiing off-course in Thursday's Super-G, Miller is still within striking distance of a World Cup title.
Maier has so far recaptured the overall crown from last year's champion, Lasse Kjus of Norway, pocketed the super-G title and broken the season record for points.
Unheralded Angelo Weiss gave Italy its firstWorld Cup slalom win Sunday since the fabled Alberto Tomba retired afterthe 1998 season.
World Cup ski star Benjamin Raich of Austria will be sidelined about two weeks after a crash left him with bruises, whiplash and a concussion.
Norway's Kjetil Andre Aamodt earned his first World Cup slalom victory on Sunday and became the fourth skier to win in all five Alpine disciplines.
Hermann Maier sees little chance of recovering in time from a broken right leg to ski at the Winter Olympics.
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