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Germany's Maria Riesch and France's Carole Montillet finished with identical times Sunday to share first place in a World Cup super giant slalom.
After several weather delays, the women's combined event was completed Saturday.
Miller, Rahlves, Koznick and Street highlight a star-studded U.S. Olympic Alpine Ski Team the USST announced today. Seven other members are first-timers.
The U.S. Women's Alpine Ski Team continued their on-snow training camp Sunday in warm and sunny conditions at Mammoth Mountain, CA.
With a few World Cup victories under the U.S. Ski Team's belt, officials anticipate success at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.
Maria Riesch of Germany won a downhill Friday for her first World Cup victory, and Kirsten Clark of the United States broke her arm and tore knee ligaments after crashing on one of the circuit's most demanding slopes.
Julia Mancuso (Olympic Valley,CA) was the top American finisher in seventh in Wednesday's Olympic Downhill.
Caroline Lalive came out of a tough late starting position to record the best downhill finish of her career Wednesday in the FIS World Cup finals in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee.
For the US women's ski team, skiing is not just a winter pastime. The leading ladies are tearing up the salted slopes of Mt. Hood, OR, to get crucial training in before the 2001-2002 season begins.
Kirsten Clark skied "clean and fast" on her way to her third US National downhill crown in as many years.
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