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American Kirsten Clark secures her first World Cup victory with "an incredible run" in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.
For the first time in 23 years, the Chevrolet U.S. Alpine Championships will descend upon the slopes of Alyeska Resort March 18 - 23, 2004.
Feb. 9: Canadian Melanie Turgeon was top-3 in just about each interval, tearing-up the bottom half of the course to win the women's downhill at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. Jonna Mendes was sixth to lead the four U.S. women.
Caroline Lalive came out of a tough late starting position to record the best downhill finish of her career Wednesday in the FIS World Cup finals in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee.
Jim Tracy retires from coaching after two decades.
Kirsten Clark won the first World Cup race of her career on Feb. 24 at Lenzerheide, Switzerland. Three other US women broke into the top-10 too.
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