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Miller Still Undecided about Downhill Race


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.

Grizzly Gets First World Cup Test


World Cup racers tested The Grizzly DH course at Snowbasin, UT en masse on Feb. 21. Austrians took the top three spots in the first training run, while Americans Daron Rahlves and Marco Sullivan almost made the top-10.

Men's WC Downhill Race Canceled Due to Snow


A men's World Cup downhill race scheduled for Friday was canceled due to heavy snowfall.

Herminator to Race Downhill at Worlds


Hermann Maier will compete in the downhill at the world championships after returning to competition last month.

Mario Matt Takes Men's Slalom


Austria's talent-laden Alpine skiing team has yet another star on its hands. He's Mario Matt, who has now won twice in only seven World Cup slalom starts.

Hermannator Takes Birds of Prey Downhill


On Saturday, the Austrian ace won a World Cup downhill, finishing nearly a second ahead of teammate Hans Knauss to lead an Austrian sweep of the top three places.

Maier, Miller Share Super G Silver Behind Eberharter


Eberharter finished in 1 minute, 38.80 seconds on the Corviglia course. Maier and Miller were timed at 1:39.57; American Daron Rahlves, who won the Super G at the last world championships two years ago, finished 22nd.

Maier Roughed Up in Ski Crash


Although bruised and battered from a crash during training, Maier says he will continue on the World Cup tour, as he has no serious injuries.

Maier Paces Downhill Training Run


Four days after winning a World Cup super-G race in Canada, the Austrian star paced a downhill training run Thursday, continuing his remarkable comeback from a severe leg injury.

Italian Wins Men's Downhill


Italy's Kristian Ghedina wins a turbulant World Cup downhill by a big margin in Val Gardena, Italy.

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