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Stephan Eberharter clinched his first World Cup downhill title, leading an Austrian sweep of the first five places in Saturday's downhill race in St. Moritz.
Austrians dominated the slalom World Cup races on Sunday at Park City Mountain Resort, UT, while U.S. skiers and others lagged behind.
Miller Falls, Hikes Gate, Pads Lead on Eberharter in Slalom
Final results from a men's World Cup downhill at the Corviglia course in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
US skiers and the rest of the world were outclassed on Jan. 14, as Austrian skiers, led by Benji Raich swept the top five spots of World Cup slalom action in Wengen, Switzerland.
Didier Defago of Switzerland took an early lead in the downhill portion of the men's Alpine combined event Tuesday morning.
Stephan Eberharter of Austria won a World Cup giant slalom Sunday, showing he will pose threats in several events at the Olympics.
Austria's talent-laden Alpine skiing team has yet another star on its hands. He's Mario Matt, who has now won twice in only seven World Cup slalom starts.
With several stars sitting out, Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway was fastest by more than a second Monday in downhill training for the Alpine men's combined.
Final results from a men's World Cup giant slalom at St. Moritz Switzerland.
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