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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.
Hahnenkamm downhill champion Daron Rahlves was honored in Kitzbuehel with the dedication of a gondola bearing his name -- one of many traditions of the fabled race.
Representatives of Swiss sporting federations voted 145-121 to support Bern rather than a rival bid by the eastern Alpine resort of Davos, which was backed by executives of the Swiss Olympic Committee.
Italy's Kristian Ghedina wins a turbulant World Cup downhill by a big margin in Val Gardena, Italy.
Jan. 27: 17 athletes named Monday to the upcoming alpine World Championships in Switzerland
Didier Cuche of Switzerland won a men's giant slalom Saturday for his first World Cup victory in nearly four years.
Christoph Gruber made up for his disappointing performance at the world championships with his first World Cup victory in four years.
Poof! went the rivalry—at least for now. The Austrians had one medalist in Sunday's Olympic downhill, and the Americans had none.
The Olympic hopes of Austrian skier Josef Strobl ended Tuesday when he shredded knee ligaments in a crash during downhill practice.
Hermann Maier let out a scream in the finish area at the world championships, a major title finally his again.
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