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Two years out from the opening ceremonies of the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy, and the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team is assertively navigating its way on the path to Best in the World!
Her body bandaged, her face bruised and reddened, Carole Montillet-Carles was determined not to relinquish her title without a struggle.
Caroline Lalive's hopes of joining Bode Miller as an American medalist in the combined event disappeared Thursday when she fell on the first slalom run and dropped out of the event.
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.
Olympic champion Janica Kostelic capped a remarkable comeback from illness and injury, successfully defending her combined title Friday by beating Anja Paerson at the world championships.
Olympic slalom champion Anja Paerson of Sweden, the defending World Cup champion, led the first run Saturday and powered her way to her seventh win of the season.
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.
Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO/Ski&Snowboard Club Vail/U.S. B Team) tore down a slick, flat course Tuesday to collect her second straight downhill (DH) silver medal at the World Junior Championships, finishing .22 behind Germany's Maria Riesch.
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.
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