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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.
Hermann Maier's health is improving after his serious motorcycle accident, and team officials expressed hope he might be able to compete at the Salt Lake City Olympics.
Only the world's most cunning and experienced speedsters tame this Olympic downhill, as American Daron Rahlves and Austrian Hermann Maier showed Thursday during the first official training run.
Final results from a World Cup giant slalom in Flachau, Austria.
Stefan Eberharter beat the pack at Lake Louise as he won the first downhill of the World Cup season. Three Americans finished in the top-25, led by Chad Fleischer in 5th.
At the end of the giant slalom, his last Olympic race, Stephan Eberharter collapsed at the finish area, lying motionless on his side in the snow.
The sense of relief was there for all to see.
Daron Rahlves won the men's World Cup Final downhill Wednesday. It was Rahlves' eighth career World Cup win, all in speed events, and fourth this season.
Results and overall standings after a men's downhill race on Mar. 15, at the World Cup Finals in Bormio, Italy.
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