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Final results of a World Cup downhill from Val Gardena, Italy.
A three-year old ski brand, Nordica has rebuilt its entire line for 2001-2002. All-new molds, all-new sidecuts, all-new constructions. And it has simplified the line.
Austrian Stephan Eberharter continued his Hahnenkamm dominance Staurday with a win in the Downhill, leaving Daron Rahlves tangled in the famed course's netting.
For the second time this weekend, Norwegian Bjarne Solbakken came down the course early and posted a fast time, then waited anxiously as higher-seeded skiers took aim at him.
Fritz Strobl strengthened his bid for a spot on Austria's powerful Olympic team by winning a World Cup super giant slalom Saturday on a tough course. U.S. star Daron Rahlves was ninth.
The Austrian women proved they can be just as dominant as the Austrian men, when Michaela Dorfmeister led the fiery squad to a sweep of the DH podium at the World Alpine Championships.
Olympic champion Kjetil Andre Aamodt broke his right ankle when he fell Wednesday while training and could be sidelined until January.
Final results from a men's World Cup super-g at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
Switzerland's Michael Von Gruenigen used his elegant style to overcome deteriorating conditions and win the GS at the World Alpine Championships.
Feb. 8: Austrian Michael Walchhofer nailed the lower two-thirds of the Corviglia downhill course Saturday to win the DH gold medal
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