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Men's World Cup DH Results
Like a scene from a James Bond movie, Hermann Maier skied to a downhill victory on Saturday despite a badly damaged ski.
Hermann Maier's lawyer plans to seek more than $4 million in damages from the driver of the car that collided with the skiing star's motorcycle last summer.
For the second time this weekend, Norwegian Bjarne Solbakken came down the course early and posted a fast time, then waited anxiously as higher-seeded skiers took aim at him.
Hermann Maier won a super giant slalom on Lillehammer's Olympic course Sunday for his 50th World Cup victory, tying Alberto Tomba for second place on the career list.
Fritz Strobl, long overshadowed by more illustrious Austrians, took advantage of a big mistake by teammate Stephan Eberharter to win the Olympic men's downhill Sunday.
Hermann Maier will compete in the downhill at the world championships after returning to competition last month.
Bode Miller (Bretton Woods, NH) was the top American finisher in sixth, while three-time Olympian Erik Schlopy (Park City, UT) placed 13th in Monday's Olympic giant slalom.
The Associated Press
Switzerland's Michael Von Gruenigen used his elegant style to overcome deteriorating conditions and win the GS at the World Alpine Championships.
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