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Herman Maier won his 11th career World Cup super-G Sunday, passing the old mark of 10 super-G wins by Switzerland great, Pirmin Zurbriggen.
Austrian skier Strobl wins the men's downhill by .16 seconds--beating Maier.
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.
A steep course and soft snow made for treacherous conditions during Saturday's World Cup Super G. US skiers Paul Casey Puckett and Jake Fiala took 28th and 29th.
Austrian Hermann Maier continued his World Cup dominance, winning the Mar. 8 DH final at Are, Sweden. The win gives Maier the DH crown, as well as the Overall and Super G titles.
Italy's Kristian Ghedina wins a turbulant World Cup downhill by a big margin in Val Gardena, Italy.
Results Sunday of a men's World Cup super-G race in St. Anton, Austria.
American Daron Rahlves finished fourth in the Hahnenkamm SG at Kiztbuehl, Austria, following just behind the Herminator and his Austrian teammates.
World Cup Super G results as of March 11 2004.
Results Saturday of the second Men's World Cup Downhill.
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