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Four days: D.C. to Garmisch, Germany
Austria's Stephan Eberharter won his second straight World Cup downhill title Saturday, dominating the competition on the icy, sun-soaked Kandahar course.
Bode Miller had a jarring return to everyday life on the World Cup circuit this past weekend in Germany. Eberharter picked up 180 points over two days, extending his overall lead over Miller.
Daron Rahlves grabbed his sixth podium of the season Saturday, and put himself into the U.S. record books by clinching the All-Time Best U.S. World Cup Finish.
The ideal modern turn is elegantly simple. The skier tilts his skis on edge and carves a pure ellipse on the snow. It's an image that should be engraved on the tombstone of Robert Brookings Lange, who died June 15 in Boulder, Colo.
A mountain tour of Tremblant. Tremblant has had trails on both the north and south sides for decades, but they've expanded to the point where you can practically ski all 360 degrees.
Hermann Maier led an Austrian sweep in the men's downhill Saturday collecting his first win since the circuit returned to Europe in early December.
Fritz Strobl of Austria took a step Saturday to beat back the impression he's a downhiller as, for the second year in a row, he won a World Cup super G. Daron Rahlves was ninth.
Michael Walchhofer won his second World Cup downhill race in two days, leading a 1-2-3 Austrian sweep ahead of Bode Miller on Saturday and closing in on the discipline title.
Michael Walchhofer will be a tough man to beat for the World Cup downhill title.
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