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Sarah Schleper of Vail, CO stepped up to the first World Cup podium finish of her career on the eve of the new year to finish third behind Switzerland's Sonja Neff.
Defending World Cup SL champion Sabine Eggerof Austria climbed out of 11th place on the second run Wednesday to wina women's slalom race.
Caroline Lalive won the slalom and combined gold medals, upsetting Kristina Koznick by .42 seconds, to wrap up a successful US Alpine Championships week.
French skier Laure Pequegnot earned her first World Cup triumph Thursday, just three weeks after Cavagnoud, the team leader, died in a training accident.
World Cup winners Rahlves and Koznick headline the 2001 US Alpine Ski Team, while Picabo Street and Chad Fleischer return from injuries aiming at the 2001 Worlds, and 2002 Olympics.
Sweden's world champion, Anja Paerson, took the first run lead Sunday in a World Cup slalom and held off Finland's Tanja Poutiainen for the second win of her career.
Kristina Koznick of Burnsville, MN took the $10,000 first prize in the Super Series Slalom, while Sarah Schleper and Tasha Nelson took second and third place respectively.
Laure Pequengnot of France won her second World Cup Slalom of the season while Kristina Koznick took fourth and Sarah Schleper took fifth.
Canadian skiers answered the Americans sweep with one of their own in the Super Series Slalom at Deer Valley, UT.
Austria's Renate Goetschl recorded her first downhill victory of the season Saturday in what might have been Picabo Street's last World Cup race. American Kirsten Clark finished 13th.
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