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Miller and Rahlves were among 17 skiers picked Monday for the U.S. team for the alpine World Championships.
World Cup points leader and double Olympic medalist Bode Miller and defending super G champion Daron Rahlves and Kirsten Clark are among 17 athletes named Monday to the upcoming alpine World Championships in Switzerland.
Austria's Mario Matt overcame waning confidence and beat teammate Benjamin Raich to win the gold medal in the men's slalom
U.S. Ski Team member Daron Rahlves (Sugar Bowl, CA) has been named the U.S. OlympicCommittee's (USOC) Athlete of the Month for his outstanding performances in January.
Extreme shifts in weather conditions forced radical changes at the World Championships. Too much snow, followed by spring-like temperatures, wreaked havoc on the championship schedule.
Daron Rahlves, the American skiing ace, thoroughly spoiled the festivities for the Austrians, snatching the gold medal at St. Anton away from the favoured home team
Daron Rahlves of the United States jolted the mighty Austrians on Tuesday by winning the gold medal in the super giant slalom at the world championships.
Erik Schlopy recorded his best World Cup slalom finish of the season, while Paul Casey Puckett added a fourth in the combined to close the festivities in Kitzbuehl.
A men's World Cup downhill race scheduled for Saturday was canceled, the second straight day a race was wiped out on the Lauberhorn course due to heavy snowfall.
Two races, two medals. Can Bode Miller go 3-for-3? Judging by his performance so far, anything is possible—if Miller decides to race the downhill.
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