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Slovenian Matjaz Vhrovnik won the first World Cup race of hiscareer out-battling deteriorating conditions to edge Kjetil-Andre Aamodt of Norway by .21 seconds.
Eberharter leads Austrians into the top five spots at the St. Mortiz Downhill.
Final results from the men's Combined race at Snowbasin, Utah.
Christian Mayer took advantage of fellow Austrian Hermann Maier's fall today and scored his second World Cup giant slalom victory this season.
Bode Miller took sixth place behind Croatian Ivica Kostelic in Sunday's slalom and second in the weekend's combined calculation.
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.
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