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The U.S. men are looking to prove their versatility Wednesday as Miller, Casey Puckett, and Jakub Fiala take on the world in the Alpine combined.
Extreme shifts in weather conditions forced radical changes at the World Championships. Too much snow, followed by spring-like temperatures, wreaked havoc on the championship schedule.
We've seen this before. While American Bode Miller gets another crack at Olympic gold and Austrian Benjamin Raich is the favorite in the men's Alpine combined, a Norwegian stands in their way.
Bode Miller felt good during the final World Cup downhill of the season. So good, he thought he would win the race. Instead, he placed second—but came away with an even better feeling.
The Austrian Ski Team aims their sights on this years men's overall World Cup title.
Fritz Strobl, long overshadowed by more illustrious Austrians, took advantage of a big mistake by teammate Stephan Eberharter to win the Olympic men's downhill Sunday.
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.
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.
Hermann Maier celebrated his 30th World Cup victory Sunday at Lake Louise, Alberta. Four U.S. skiers finished in the top-30 and are fired up to place even higher at Beaver Creek next weekend.
Stefan Eberharter beat the pack at Lake Louise as he won the first downhill of the World Cup season. Three Americans finished in the top-25, led by Chad Fleischer in 5th.
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