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Anja Paerson of Sweden was the surprise winner of the downhill Friday at a women's World Cup event, giving her confidence for the upcoming Winter Olympics.
Austria's Marlies Schild won her third straight World Cup slalom Sunday, with Kristina Koznick fourth and Lindsey Kildow ninth in a good day for U.S. skiers.
Austria's Michaela Dorfmeister won her fourth World Cup giant slalom in her last five races by two-hundredths of a second in one of the season's closest races Saturday.
Austria's Michaela Dorfmeister won a World Cup giant slalom Saturday, a convincing victory that showed she is in formidable shape leading to the Olympics.
Finland's Tanja Poutiainen captured the overall slalom title Sunday.
Two races, two wins, two titles. It was a good World Cup weekend for Anja Paerson. It wasn't too bad for the Americans, either.
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.
Anja Paerson of Sweden wrapped up the season title in the giant slalom with two races left by winning Saturday's World Cup event by nearly two seconds.
Janica Kostelic won the final World Cup slalom before the Olympics and became the second woman to win five different disciplines in a season.
Janica Kostelic captured her first World Cup super-G win on Sunday, becoming the first woman to claim wins in six different disciplines on the skiing circuit.
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