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Teenager Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO) collected her second U.S. championship in 24 hours Sunday, as the newly crowned super G champion also won the slalom at Alyeska Resort.
results as of Jan. 18, 2004
Lindsey Kildow takes 2nd in Downhill at World Cup Finals; Olympian says overall title is on her list of goals.
Janica Kostelic won the final World Cup slalom before the Olympics and became the second woman to win five different disciplines in a season.
Sweden's Anja Paerson became the second female skier in history to win World Cup races in all four disciplines in a season with her first downhill victory Saturday.
Austria's Michaela Dorfmeister won the final super G of the season, capturing the World Cup title. American Lindsey Kildow finished fourth to take third in the super-G standings.
Michaela Dorfmeister won a World Cup downhill Sunday, denying Austrian teammate Renate Goetschl a fourth consecutive victory on the course.
Austria's Renate Goetschl won her third World Cup downhill title Wednesday, finishing first in the final race of the season.
Hilde Gerg of Germany won the first of back-to-back women's World Cup downhills Friday on the tight Zwoelferkogl course. U.S. skiers Picabo Street and Kristin Clark finished tenth and eleventh respectively.
Carole Montillet of France won another World Cup downhill, and Lindsey Kildow of the United States finished third Sunday for the best result of her career.
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