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Caroline Lalive, racing first, was 10th Friday in the third World Cup downhill of the season, leading three other teammates into top-25 results behind Swiss racer Sylviane Berthod.
World Cup and reigning world champion Sonja Nef of Switzerland captured a World Cup giant slalom Friday, as U.S. skier Sarah Schleper overcame a near-spill to finish 10th.
Megan Gerety led all three US women into the top-15, finishing 6th in a World Cup SG at Lenzerheide, Switzerland on Feb. 25. Isolde Kostner of Italy won the race- barely nipping Austria's Renate Goetschl.
Italy's Kristian Ghedina wins a turbulant World Cup downhill by a big margin in Val Gardena, Italy.
Croatia's Ivica Kostelic might miss the rest of the season after injuring his knee and shoulder in World Cup slalom race.
Caroline Lalive (Steamboat Springs, Colo.), who was nominated to her third Olympic Team Wednesday, will return to the USA on Friday for knee surgery, the U.S. Ski Team said.
Islode Kostner of Italy won the Lake Louise DH for the second day in a row as Americans Picabo Street and Kirsten Clark both broke the top-10.
Dane Spencer continuing his impressive recovery from back and knee problems, grabbed his first World Cup top-10 Saturday as he finished 10th in a giant slalom race.
World Cup champion Janica Kostelic might postpone her comeback from knee surgery and miss the North American leg of the women's World Cup races.
Former World Cup overall champion Pernilla Wiberg withdrew from the women's combined on Wednesday because of a sore knee.
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