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After a disappointing World Alpine Championships, Herman Maier roared back onto the World Cup circuit, handily winning a GS in Shiga Kogen, Japan.
The Olympic hopes of Austrian skier Josef Strobl ended Tuesday when he shredded knee ligaments in a crash during downhill practice.
Hermann Maier and Daron Rahlves have a combined 12 podium finishes on the treacherous Hahnenkamm course over the last five years.
Benjamin Raich of Austria held off teammate Rainer Schoenfelder and Giorgio Rocca of Italy on Sunday to win the first slalom of the World Cup season, while overall leader Bode Miller skied out for a second straight race.
Hermann Maier of Austria earned his third giant slalom victory of the season at Adelboden, Switzerland on Tuesday, and Erik Schlopy of Park City, UT won his fifth top-10 of the season.
Mayer won the World Cup giant slalom putting Austrians in the top three spots and shutting out U.S. men in Saalbach, Austria.
Anja Paerson won her third straight giant slalom race of the season Sunday, extending her overall lead in the World Cup standings.
Two of three podium spots went to Austrians at the World Cup downhill in Wengen, SUI on Saturday. Daron Rahlves placed 22nd to be the top US Ski Team member.
Results Saturday of the second Men's World Cup Downhill.
Stephan Eberharter won a World Cup downhill in which Austria showed overwhelming strength Saturday by capturing seven of the top eight spots.
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