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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.
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.
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.
Austrian Brigitte Obermoser took the lead for the first run and two Americans qualified for the second run in Thursday's World Cup GS at Park City, UT.
Picabo Street's famed Olympic career will end Monday, not far from where it began in Sun Valley, Idaho, and there's only one way she wants to go out, with a gold medal around her neck.
Feb. 8: Austrian Michael Walchhofer nailed the lower two-thirds of the Corviglia downhill course Saturday to win the DH gold medal
Norway's Andrine Flemmen picked up her second World Cup win Saturday while Kirsten Clark tore out of No. 50 start to finish ninth in giant slalom at the Chevy Truck Women's World Challenge.
Melanie Turgeon won the downhill at the world championships Sunday, Canada's first title in the showcase race in 10 years.
Kirsten Clark overcame flat-light conditions to produce a podium performance of her own, tying for third place and leading three teammates into the top 25 in a World Cup super G won by Italy's Karen Putzer.
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