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Paerson Gets Surprising Downhill Victory


Anja Paerson of Sweden was the surprise winner of the downhill Friday at a women's World Cup event, giving her confidence for the upcoming Winter Olympics.

Lalive Finishes Second in Downhill Finale


The American, who failed to finish any of her three races in the Salt Lake City Olympics, finished second Wednesday behind overall World Cup champion Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria in the season's final downhill race.

Gerety 4th in SG as Worlds Open


Megan Gerety of Anchorage, AK took fourth place on Monday in a super G at the 2001 World Alpine Ski Championships with Regine Cavagnoud of France winning the gold medal by 0.05.

Julia Mancuso Takes Second in Super G


Battling soft snow and a competitive field, Julia Mancuso made her first podium appearance of the US Alpine Championships by finishing second in the Super G.

Kildow, Lalive 1-2 in Val d'Isere Downhill


Lindsey Kildow and Caroline Lalive led a U.S. podium charge, the first 1-2 U.S. finish in downhill since Picabo Street and Hilary Lindh in 1994.

Lalive Takes U.S. Super G Title


Lalive, who flopped in all three of her races at the Salt Lake City Games, won the U.S. title in the super giant slalom on Friday. The men's Super G, featuring Bode Miller, was set for later in the day.

Clark Wins Lenzerheide DH


Kirsten Clark won the first World Cup race of her career on Feb. 24 at Lenzerheide, Switzerland. Three other US women broke into the top-10 too.

US Alpine Women's Super G Results


Results Saturday of the women's super-G race at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.

Lalive in Top-5 Again


Caroline Lalive, continuing to rebound from ligament damage and leg injuries late last season, was fourth Wednesday in a World Cup super G. Canadian Genevieve Simard was the surprise winner.

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