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Bad Weather Cancels Men's World Cup Giant Slalom


The giant slalom race scheduled for Feb. 19, in Adelboden, Switzerland was wiped out due to heavy snowfalls and poor visibility.

Rahlves Wins in Kitzbuehel Again!


One day before defending his Hahnenkamm downhill title, Daron Rahlves surprised himself Friday as he grabbed the sixth World Cup victory of his career, capturing a super G by .03 over Austrian hero Hermann Maier. Rahlves, third a day earlier in a make-up downhill opening the 64th Kitzbuehel race weekend, finished in 1:23.08.

Men's Downhill Practice Canceled


Practice for a men's World Cup downhill race was canceled today because of heavy winds and too much snow.

Eberharter Wins World Cup Finale


After a momentary lapse at the Winter Olympics, Stephan Eberharter regained his stranglehold on the downhill Wednesday, winning the season's World Cup finale.

Men's World Cup Ski Results: Dec. 13, 2003.


World Cup Results for 12/13/03

Miller's Title Chances Hang on the Weather


Bode Miller's shot at winning the overall World Cup title might depend on the weather.

Men's GS at Park City: Another Silver for Bode


Amid three Austrian's and three Norwegians in the top seven, Bode Miller took second place in Thursday's giant slalom at Park City, Utah.

Miller Still Undecided about Downhill Race


Two races, two medals. Can Bode Miller go 3-for-3? Judging by his performance so far, anything is possible—if Miller decides to race the downhill.

Can Gold Make Austria's Raich a Celebrity?


Maybe Olympic gold will do what title after title, trophy after trophy couldn't: Make Benjamin Raich a star.

Miller Opens Worlds with Super-G Gold


Bode Miller won the super giant slalom Saturday to open the world championships for his first victory in six weeks despite nearly jumping off the course midway through his run.

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