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Anja Paerson of Sweden easily won the women's giant slalom at the world championships Thursday.
An Olympic medal is an elusive thing, maybe determined by what you wore, a tactical shift or your state of mind at a critical instant. Whatever the influences, the world's biggest stage makes for the world's most enduring memories.
Swedish world champion Anja Paerson won her fourth straight World Cup slalom -- her third in eight days, her second in 24 hours -- with a brilliant second run.
Hermann Maier won a super giant slalom on Lillehammer's Olympic course Sunday for his 50th World Cup victory, tying Alberto Tomba for second place on the career list.
Bode Miller has won a race in all four disciplines in 16 days, becoming the fastest man to do so in World Cup history.
Sweden's Anja Paerson won a rain-delayed giant slalom Saturday by nearly two seconds, reclaimed the World Cup points lead and clinched the women's GS title for the season.
Anja Paerson won her second World Cup season title in two days, capturing the slalom crown with a victory in a race in which three Americans finished in the top 10.
American Julia Mancuso seems to be peaking in time for the Olympics, finishing second to Renate Goetschl in a women's World Cup DH on Saturday.
Giorgio Rocca has etched his name alongside some of the greatest skiers of all time.
Anja Paerson of Sweden easily won the giant slalom at the world championships Thursday, while the top American was Kristina Koznick who finished 12th.
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