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Gerg Wins Second of Back-to-Back World Cup Downhills

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Hilde Gerg of Germany won her second World Cup downhill in two days on Saturday, finishing ahead of a trio of Austrians.

Clark Leads Five U.S. Skiers into Top 25

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Kirsten Clark (Raymond, ME) led five U.S. racers in the top 25, finishing 16th as Hilde Gerg of Germany zipped over soft snow to overtake Austrian Renate Goetschl by one-hundredth of a second Friday for the 14th win of her career.

Wiberg Conquers U.S. Super G Field

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Swedish great Pernilla Wiberg won her first foreign national title Sunday in the super G at Big Mountain. Jonna Mendes (Heavenly, CA) placed second with defending champ Kirsten Clark (Raymond, ME) in third place.

Gerg Edges Kildow for SG Win

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German veteran Hilde Gerg won her 20th World Cup race Tuesday, taking the super giant slalom on a course that has given her trouble in the past.

Maier Paces Downhill Training Run

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Four days after winning a World Cup super-G race in Canada, the Austrian star paced a downhill training run Thursday, continuing his remarkable comeback from a severe leg injury.

Schelper Moves up to A Team, Powers to B Team

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Sarah Schelper, who has rebounded from injury with the best racing of her international career, has been named to the alpine A Team and Alison Powers has been promoted to the B Team.

Maier may not ski this year, but won't retire yet

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Nov. 4: Recovery is slow after reinjuring the leg in training, but Herminator has no plans to hang it up.

Eberharter Takes Super G Opener

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Austria's Stephan Eberharter took the gold yesterday at the super G opener in Val D'Isere, France, while reigning super G world champion Daron Rahlves finished a disappointing 24th place.

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