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Michaela Dorfmeister insists her position at the top of women's World Cup skiing this season has nothing to do with the absence of reigning overall champion Alexandra Meissnitzer.
World slalom champion Ivica Kostelic of Croatia is expected to miss the rest of the season after undergoing knee surgery Wednesday, one day after crashing in a World Cup race.
U.S. skier Kristina Koznick might miss the Turin Olympics with a knee injury, although she's putting off surgery in hopes of being able to rehab enough to compete.
Ivica Kostelic, brother of Croatian skiing great Janica Kostelic, stunned the competition with his first World Cup triumph Sunday in the season-opening men's slalom.
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.
Megan Gerety of Anchorage, AK took fourth place on Monday in a super G at the 2001 World Alpine Ski Championships with Regine Cavagnoud of France winning the gold medal by 0.05.
Teen Croatian skier Janica Kostelic tore a ligament in her right knee while training and will be out for the rest of the season.
Maria Riesch of Germany won a downhill Friday for her first World Cup victory, and Kirsten Clark of the United States broke her arm and tore knee ligaments after crashing on one of the circuit's most demanding slopes.
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.
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