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Hermann Maier competed in the season-opening World Cup last month with a broken rib and the injury probably will bother the Austrian ski star for a few more weeks.
Hermann Maier let out a scream in the finish area at the world championships, a major title finally his again.
The Herminaotor can't be counted out quite yet. Doctors and physical therapists believe the highly motivated champ may just make the Salt Lake games.
Austrian superstar Hermann Maier suffered a broken right leg when he crashed his motorcycle near Radstadt, Austria while avoiding a car which had turned in front of him.
The gold medal was decided, or so everyone thought. Bode, The Herminator and the rest of Alpine skiing's big boys were already done for, and a few were even congratulating the apparent champ at the bottom of the hill.
Canadian Thomas Grandi won his second World Cup giant slalom in three days Tuesday, while American Bode Miller extended his lead in the overall standings with a third-place finish.
Hermann Maier celebrated his 30th World Cup victory Sunday at Lake Louise, Alberta. Four U.S. skiers finished in the top-30 and are fired up to place even higher at Beaver Creek next weekend.
World Cup Super G results as of March 11 2004.
Austrian powerhouse Hermann Maier has already won the season's overall World Cup title. Three other titles are within reach when the World Cup finals open Wednesday in this Italian Alpine resort.
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