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World Cup ski races in North America will proceed as scheduled despite military action in Afghanistan in response to the Sept. 11 attacks.
The results of the women's World Cup super-G ski race on Sunday at Lake Louise, Alberta are in.
Teenager Lindsey Kildow, looking to duplicate her success of 24 hours earlier, nailed the Cortina downhill course again Sunday for the first podium of her career, finishing third in a World Cup downhill, .01 out of second.
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American Daron Rahlves finished fourth in the Hahnenkamm SG at Kiztbuehl, Austria, following just behind the Herminator and his Austrian teammates.
Mojca Suhadolc of Slovenia raced to her first World Cup victory Sunday in a super-G at Lake Louise, Alberta.
Germany's Hilde Gerg won a World Cup super giant slalom Sunday for her first victory of the season, boosting her confidence after a knee injury.
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.
World Cup champion Janica Kostelic might postpone her comeback from knee surgery and miss the North American leg of the women's races.
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