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Austria's Marlies Schild won her third straight World Cup slalom Sunday, with Kristina Koznick fourth and Lindsey Kildow ninth in a good day for U.S. skiers.
U.S. ski star Lindsey Kildow escaped serious injury Monday when she steamed down the slope and crashed into several photographers during downhill training at the world championships.
World Cup leader Janica Kostelic moved closer to the World Cup overall title, winning a slalom by more than a second, while Lindsey Kildow and Resi Steigler of the U.S. both finished in the top-10.
Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria cut through falling snow to win the first women's World Cup super giant slalom of the season Sunday.
Women's Giant Slalom Results as of Feb. 7 2004
The first snowfall here in weeks forced the cancellation Thursday of downhill training a day ahead of the women's Alpine skiing combined event.
Kostelic, 20, became the first member of her family to win a medal at the Salt Lake City Games. Her older brother, Ivica, will be a favorite in the men's slalom next week.
Lindsey Kildow and Caroline Lalive led a U.S. podium charge, the first 1-2 U.S. finish in downhill since Picabo Street and Hilary Lindh in 1994.
Julia Mancuso gave the U.S. ski team its second medal in two days at the world championships.
Snowmass and Aspen Mountains will open for the season on Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 25 giving Aspen/Snowmass 257 acres of skiing/riding terrain.
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