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Bode Miller felt good during the final World Cup downhill of the season. So good, he thought he would win the race. Instead, he placed second—but came away with an even better feeling.
The Austrians certainly didn't do anything to hurt themselves Wednesday at the World Cup Finals.
Austrian superstar Hermann Maier captured his third World Cup season title today _ the men's downhill _ after finishing second to teammate Hannes Trinkl in the speed race at the World Cup finals.
Results from the Café de Columbia Alpine World Cup Slalom race in Chamonix, France and overall World Cup standings.
Austrian Hermann Maier, the master of the super G, earned the 45th victory of his career Sunday - his first in nearly two months - and reclaimed the World Cup points lead in a super G on the Zugspitze, Germany's highest mountain.
Results from the downhill race in Kitzbuehel, AUT held on Sat. Jan. 22.
Carrera will have a few new models next year, most notably the Typhoon ($170¿$180, $100¿$110 for juniors).
Daron Rahlves injured his right knee during downhill training, jeopardizing his chances of skiing in Sunday's World Cup race.
Hermann Maier looked poised to continue his domination of the World Cup circuit Thursday, clocking the fastest time in a men's downhill training session in preparation for Saturday's race.
Hermann Maier's hometown named a ski slope after the triple World Cup winner on Tuesday.
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