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Stephan Eberharter won the World Cup's most prestigious downhill Saturday with a commanding victory over Daron Rahlves who was defending his title.
The US Ski and Snowboard Association named 13 skiers to represent the USA at the World Alpine Ski Championships in St. Anton, Austria, beginning Jan. 29.
Daron Rahlves of the United States captured a World Cup super giant slalom Friday.
The first time they skied against each other at the Alpine Skiing World Championships, Bode Miller and Hermann Maier finished tied for second. The man who beat them then could do it again.
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.
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.
A men's World Cup downhill race scheduled for Friday was canceled due to heavy snowfall.
Hermann Maier will compete in the downhill at the world championships after returning to competition last month.
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