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Kildow Earns First World Cup Ski Win

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Lindsey Kildow of the United States won her first World Cup race Friday, taking the season's first downhill in 1 minute, 23.44 seconds.

Strobl Dominates Downhill Training

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Austrian Josef Strobl took the fastest time for the weekend's World Cup downhill on one of the most challenging courses on the World Cup circuit in Wengen, Switzerland.

2000-2001 Super Ski Deals: International

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Ski resorts across the country and globe are offering a variety of discount passes and affordable winter adventures for the 2000-2001 winter. Check out SkiNet's ever increasing compilation of these ski deals before they pass you by.

Maier Clinches World Cup Title

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Austrian Stephan Eberharter may have won the downhill at Kvitfjell, but it was his teammate, Herman Maier who enjoyed the laurels of the day, clinching the World Cup overall title.

Women's World Cup Results

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The results of the women's World Cup super-G ski race on Sunday at Lake Louise, Alberta are in.

Kildow Gets First Podium, Clark Takes Fifth in Cortina DH-2

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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.

Swiss Skier Takes Women's Downhill

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Rey-Bellet digs in hard to take downhill victory.

2000-2001 Ski Season Countdown: Canada

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2000-2001 Ski Season Countdown: Canada

World Cup Races to Proceed Uninhibited

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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.

Suhadolc Wins Women's Super-G

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Mojca Suhadolc of Slovenia raced to her first World Cup victory Sunday in a super-G at Lake Louise, Alberta.

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