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Women's Combined at Snowbasin: Kostelic Takes Gold


Caroline Lalive's hopes of joining Bode Miller as an American medalist in the combined event disappeared when she fell in the slalom and dropped out of the event, won by Croatia's Janica Kostelic.

Monahan and Shaffer Sidelined Indefinitely


Katie Monahan and Alex Shaffer are out of the races this season with no certain return date after sustaining similar knee injuries.

German's Rauffer Wins Val Gardena DH


Max Rauffer preferred to skip the debate about whether wind played a part in his first World Cup victory or that the favorites did so poorly.

Ski Champ Kostelic Undergoes Knee Surgery


Olympic champion Janica Kostelic had surgery on her right knee and will miss the opening races of the World Cup ski season.

Norway's Trine Bakke Wins Slalom


Trine Bakke of Norway made two flawless runs today to win for the first time this season and take the lead in the women's World Cup slalom standings.

Croatia's Kostelic Wins Women's Combined


Janica Kostelic won the combined at the world championships Monday despite needing painkillers for her ailing knee.

Nef 1st, Schleper 10th at Maribor GS


World Cup and reigning world champion Sonja Nef of Switzerland skiing on one of her favorite courses led both runs Friday to capture a World Cup giant slalom.

World Cup Racing Now Shifts to Beaver Creek


After a successful weekend of racing for the women at Copper Mountain, CO, the attention now shifts to the men's races at Beaver Creek, CO.

Sullivan Reinjures Knee, Season Over


Olympic downhiller Marco Sullivan has reinjured his right knee and will miss the 2005 World Cup season.

Miller's Comments After Winning Combined Gold Medal


Feb. 6: Bode Miller's thoughts after winning the combined gold medal at the World Championships in St. Moritz, Switzerland

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