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Two-time World Cup super G champion Hilde Gerg of Germany collected the 17th World Cup victory of her career Sunday in a super G. Caroline Lalive was top American in 11th place with Libby Ludlow in 14th.
Kirsten Clark ranks 20th, her best World Cup time of the as Karen Putzer won her first World Cup of her career.
Kirsten Clark returns to Sugarloaf to win an FIS Downhill; J.J. Johnson opens U.S. champs with victory in the men's race.
Oct. 24: Miller, Schlopy, Rahlves, Schleper, Clark lead 10 US racers in GS opener.
The top alpine women on the U.S. Ski Team feel the experience of the '98 Olympics, coupled with the experience gained in World Cup racing since then, will pay big dividends this season.
Kirsten Clark maintained her mastery of Jackson Hole mountain, adding a super-G title Sunday to the downhill crown she won two days earlier at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.
Nicole Hosp led a 1-2 finish for Austria in a World Cup giant slalom Saturday, with Kirsten Clark of the United States a surprising third.
Goetschl wins the Super G and US skier Kristin Clark takes 23rd in Altenmarkt.
14-year-old steals hearts with a poem for Lindsey Kildow.
U.S. Head Coach Marjan Cernigojpronounced American racers "ready to go" Wednesday after the finaltraining run for the first women's World Cup speed races of the seasonat Lake Louise Ski Area.
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