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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.

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:

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.

U.S. Olympic Alpine Ski Team Announced

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Miller, Rahlves, Koznick and Street highlight a star-studded U.S. Olympic Alpine Ski Team the USST announced today. Seven other members are first-timers.

Women Train in Mammoth Sun

Advice

The U.S. Women's Alpine Ski Team continued their on-snow training camp Sunday in warm and sunny conditions at Mammoth Mountain, CA.

World Cup Wins Boost U.S. Skiers

Advice

With a few World Cup victories under the U.S. Ski Team's belt, officials anticipate success at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.

Riesch Takes Downhill; Clark Crashes

Advice

Maria Riesch of Germany won a downhill Friday for her first World Cup victory, and Kirsten Clark of the United States broke her arm and tore knee ligaments after crashing on one of the circuit's most demanding slopes.

Mancuso 7th, Kildow 8th in Downhill

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Julia Mancuso (Olympic Valley,CA) was the top American finisher in seventh in Wednesday's Olympic Downhill.

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