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The men's Olympic downhill course has gone from flop to formidable.
Austria's Stephan Eberharter produced the fastest time in Thursday's final practice session before a World Cup downhill race at the famous Hahnenkamm.
The assignment is clear for Bode Miller and U.S. teammate Daron Rahlves—break Austria's six-year hold on the downhill title at the world championships.
Hermann Maier and Daron Rahlves have a combined 12 podium finishes on the treacherous Hahnenkamm course over the last five years.
Hermann Maier who injured himself in an August motorcycle crash announced yesterday that he would not race in the Olympics.
After a few tough weeks, skier Daron Rahlves is ready to resume downhill racing.
While Bode Miller griped about too much media coverage this week, American teammate Daron Rahlves was inspired by a lack of recognition.
Canada's Thomas Grandi won a GS race in Alta Badia, Italy, for his first win in his 12-year career.
Austria's Mario Matt won the final World Cup slalom Sundayà¢‚¬his first victory in more than four yearsà¢‚¬and newly crowned overall champion Bode Miller completed a slalom for just the second time this season.
Daron Rahlves won the men's World Cup Final downhill Wednesday. It was Rahlves' eighth career World Cup win, all in speed events, and fourth this season.
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