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Megan Gerety, Jonna Mendes, and Kirsten Clark all scored first page results in the World Cup downhill at Lake Louise, Alberta on Nov. 30. They hope to gain momentum throughout the weekend.
Julia Mancuso gave the U.S. ski team its second medal in two days at the world championships.
Jan. 15: Caroline Lalive led five U.S. women into the top 20 Wednesday in a World Cup super G won by nearly a half-second by Olympic downhill champion Carole Montillet of France.
Kirsten Clark explains that if you keep your hands out in front of you everything else will fall into place.
Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria edged Americans Kirsten Clark and Jonna Mendes to win the super giant slalom Monday at the world championships in St. Moritz. Clark took silver, while Mendes grabbed the bronze.
The women's downhill was postponed Monday due to high winds. A new date has not yet been set.
World downhill champion Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria had the fastest second run Saturday en route to winning a World Cup giant slalom by more than a second while Kristina Koznick was 14th.
Italy's Isolde Kostner took first place at the season's second downhill race at Lake Louise, while Jonna Mendes and Kirsten Clark placed in the top ten for the US Ski Team. Check out the results.
Michaela Dorfmeister won a World Cup downhill Sunday, denying Austrian teammate Renate Goetschl a fourth consecutive victory on the course.
Dec. 12: Italian speed specialist takes her first technical race.
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