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Clark Leads After Downhill Leg

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Kirsten Clark of the United States led after the downhill leg of the women's combined event at the world championship Friday, with favorite Janica Kostelic in good position to grab the gold medal after the two slalom runs.

Ertl Wins Combined as Favorites Crash

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With her rivals slipping and crashing, Germany's Martina Ertl completed a comeback from a serious injury by winning the women's combined Friday at the world championships.

Cavagnoud Wins World Super-G Title

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France's Regine Cavagnoud won the super giant slalom title and the powerful Austrians were shut out Monday in the opening event of skiing's world championships.

Gerety 4th in SG as Worlds Open

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St. ANTON, Austria (Jan. 29) - Pre-race favorite Regine Cavagnoud of France opened the 2001 World Alpine Ski Championships in sizzling fashion Monday, winning the gold medal in super G by .05 over Italian Isolde Kostner with Megan Gerety (Anchorage, AK) f

Gerety 4th in SG as Worlds Open

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Gerety, coming back from leg problems a year ago, was fourth in 1:23.59, a tenth of a second ahead of another Frenchwoman, Carole Montillet. Kirsten Clark (Raymond, ME) was ninth with a time of 1:23.86 and Jonna Mendes (Heavenly, CA) tied for 18th in 1:

Lalive Leads U.S. in Cortina GS

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Jan. 19: Sweden's Paerson cruised to her first giant slalom victory of the season by 1.1 seconds over World Cup leader Janica Kostelic of Croatia. Caroline Lalive finishing 10th.

Lalive 3rd, Mendes 10th in SG

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German Petra Haltmayr won the Super G competition in Lake Louise as Carloine Lalive of the USA posted the third top-3 result of her career.

Kirsten Clark Talks About Medal Day

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Kirsten Clark shared some of her podium day in this conversation following her silver medal win in the World Championship super G.

Lalive Leads Four U.S. Women into Top-25

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Caroline Lalive, racing first, was 10th Friday in the third World Cup downhill of the season, leading three other teammates into top-25 results behind Swiss racer Sylviane Berthod.

Mendes Hot in Lake Louise Training

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The US women's ski team, led by Jonna Mendes in training, seeks to post top results this weekend at the Lake Louise downhill and SG.

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