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Bode Miller is the first American in 20 years in contention for the overall World Cup title. He is breaking all the rules—and winning.
It was a rare sight: Hermann Maier utterly defeated, flopped over his poles, his barrel chest heaving with exhaustion.
After a disappointing World Alpine Championships, Herman Maier roared back onto the World Cup circuit, handily winning a GS in Shiga Kogen, Japan.
Patrick Bourgeat of France comes back from an injury troubled season last year to win his second World Cup slalom in 24 hours.
Three-time World Cup champion Hermann Maier won't compete at the Salt Lake City Olympics because of leg injuries from a motorcycle accident in August.
While Bode Miller griped about too much media coverage this week, American teammate Daron Rahlves was inspired by a lack of recognition.
Men's World Cup Ski Results: Dec. 6, 2004
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.
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