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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.
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.
While Austria's Hermann Maier won his 33rd World Cup Victory this past Sunday three U.S. skiers placed in the top 17 spots. Check out the race the race results and rankings.
Didier Plaschy of Switzerland won a men's slalom, his second World Cup victory of the season.
Defending World Cup champion Stephan Eberharter will not race this weekend in Slovenia because of lower back pain.
Austrian Hermann Maier is suspect of indecent behavior while celebrating his World Cup victories in Bormio, Italy.
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