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On Sunday January 28, the best skiers in the world will descend on St. Anton am Alberg, Austria, for the first alpine World Ski Championships of the 21st century.
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Rainer Schoenfelder of Austria won the slalom title at the World Cup Finals on Sunday ahead of beleaguered Kalle Palander of Finland.
Organizers canceled a men's World Cup downhill training session Wednesday on the Hahnenkamm course due to heavy snow.
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For the second straight day Sunday, World Cup leader Anja Paerson of Sweden won and Sarah Schleper (Vail, CO) turned-in her best result in more than three years.
Bode Miller was disqualified just yards from the finish of a slalom Friday, allowing Austria's Benjamin Raich to win a World Cup super-combi and pad his lead in the overall standings.
The International Ski Federation decided Wednesday to move the February World Cup alpine ski races from Snowbasin Ski Area, UT because a hard-packed, man-made snow surface can't be made. The races may be held in Europe instead.
A men's World Cup downhill race scheduled for Saturday was canceled, the second straight day a race was wiped out on the Lauberhorn course due to heavy snowfall.
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