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Jan. 15: Caroline Lalive led five U.S. women into the top 20 Wednesday in a World Cup super G won by nearly a half-second by Olympic downhill champion Carole Montillet of France.
Three-time World Cup champion Hermann Maier won't compete at the Salt Lake City Olympics because of leg injuries from a motorcycle accident in August.
The US Ski and Snowboard Association named 13 skiers to represent the USA at the World Alpine Ski Championships in St. Anton, Austria, beginning Jan. 29.
Megan Gerety led all three US women into the top-15, finishing 6th in a World Cup SG at Lenzerheide, Switzerland on Feb. 25. Isolde Kostner of Italy won the race- barely nipping Austria's Renate Goetschl.
The top alpine women on the U.S. Ski Team feel the experience of the '98 Olympics, coupled with the experience gained in World Cup racing since then, will pay big dividends this season.
Jonna Mendes led four U.S. skiers into the top 17 places while Renate Goetschl of Austria, made a renewed bid to defend her World Cup overall title.
With kisses for the crowd and a few tears, Picabo Street said goodbye to ski racing. She left with no final victory--and no regrets.
Caroline Lalive, continuing to rebound from ligament damage and leg injuries late last season, was fourth Wednesday in a World Cup super G. Canadian Genevieve Simard was the surprise winner.
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