France's Antoine Deneriaz won the World Cup Finals men's DH Wednesday, while Austria's Renate Goetschl took the women's. Americans Daron Rahlves and Kirsten Clark both finished third respectively. Bode Miller finished 25th, out of the points.
The World Cup women's downhill title will be decided by the last two races of the season. American Kirsten Clark and France's Carole Montillet are tied for the lead in the downhill standings with 245 points.
World Cup points leader and double Olympic medalist Bode Miller and defending super G champion Daron Rahlves and Kirsten Clark are among 17 athletes named Monday to the upcoming alpine World Championships in Switzerland.
Italy's Karen Putzer took the first-run lead Thursday in a World Cup giant slalom and went on to collect her second consecutive victory. Sarah Schleper led four American women into the top 30, finishing in a tie for eighth place.