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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.
While Janica Kostelic clinched her thrid overall World Cup title, all four U.S. women finished in the top-15 in an Are, Sweden SG.
Former two-time World Cup downhill champion Picabo Street nailed the bottom section Thursday and hung-up her best World Cup result since 1998, finishing sixth in the opening DH of the season. She led three other teammates into the top 20.
Schlopy and Schleper will lead a confident US team to Park City this weekend for the American opening of the World Cup season.
Results from a women's World Cup giant slalom ski race on Friday Nov. 19.
Vail's Sarah Schleper overcame a first-run mistake Saturday and had the fifth-fastest second run to finish seventh in the World Cup giant slalom.
Six U.S. women will compete in each of the Sl and GS events at Copper Mountain, CO on Nov. 21 and 22. Lauren Ross will get her first World Cup start.
Melanie Turgeon won the downhill at the world championships Sunday, Canada's first title in the showcase race in 10 years.
Caroline Lalive won't give up her quest to compete in several Alpine skiing events at the Winter Olympics, despite concerns she was trying to do too much.
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