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Liechtenstein's Birgit Heeb-Batliner overtook Austrian first-run leader Alexandra Meissinitzer to earn the first World Cup win of her career Thursday.
Koznick used a sizzling second run to win the final slalom of the season Saturday, picking up her sixth career World Cup victory. Austrian's Hans Knauss won the men's giant slalom.
Kostelic won her fifth World Cup slalom of the season, beating Anja Paerson by more than half a second. Sarah Schleper was the top American finisher, taking 26th.
Anja Paerson of Sweden easily won the women's giant slalom at the world championships Thursday.
This tiny Midwestern ski area proves it doesn't take thousands of skiable acres to produce Olympic champions.
Miller and Rahlves were among 17 skiers picked Monday for the U.S. team for the alpine World Championships.
Italy's Karen Putzer took the first-run lead Thursday in a World Cup giant slalom and went on to collect her second consecutive victory.
Italy's Karen Putzer took the first-run lead Thursday in a World Cup giant slalom and went on to collect her second consecutive victory. Sarah Schleper led four American women into the top 30, finishing in a tie for eighth place.
Bode, Rahlves, Picabo, and Koz head the 22-person U.S. Olympic Team.
Croatian Janica Kostelic wrapped up her 2002 Games with a historic fourth medal Friday taking gold in the women's giant slalom.
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