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Bode Miller and Benjamin Raich face-off this weekend in two speed events and battle it out for the overall World Cup Title.
The debate over the new women's course for the Olympics grew Saturday when several top skiers threatened to sign a petition urging another site for the super giant slalom at next year's Turin Games.
Croatia's Janica Kostelic captured the only women's World Cup combined of the season Sunday, mastering the new course for next year's Olympics and ending Anja Paerson's two-race winning streak.
Sweden's Anja Paerson won a super giant slalom Friday to inaugurate the course for next year's Turin Olympics, her first victory in a speed event at the World Cup level.
Finland's Tanja Poutiainen captured the overall slalom title Sunday.
Feb. 17: Defending triple gold medalist Mancuso, fellow Olympian Kildow and Stiegler, who just competed in the World Championships, were named Monday to compete in the alpine World Junior Championships next month in France.
Jan. 15: Two-time Olympic alpine racer Chip Knight has been named to the A Team while Resi Stiegler and Libby Ludlow have been promoted to the B Team.
In near-storybook style, World Cup leader Bode Miller and Daron Rahlves deadlocked for the victory in super G Friday at World Cup Finals, giving Miller the super G title.
Janica Kostelic, the Croatian ski star who won a record four medals at the Salt Lake City Olympics, will skip World Cup Super-G race this weekend to prepare for the Cup's finals which start Mar. 6.
Kirsten Clark overcame flat-light conditions to produce a podium performance in St. Moritz, tying for third place in a World Cup super G won by Italy's Karen Putzer.
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