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A healthy Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO) rebounded from her Olympic frustrations Friday to earn her third World Cup win of the season, and the first super G victory of her career, as part of an historic three-way tie for the win.
American Julia Mancuso seems to be peaking in time for the Olympics, finishing second to Renate Goetschl in a women's World Cup DH on Saturday.
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.
SKI senior contributor and two-time Olympian Edie Thys contemplates life for ski racers after Salt Lake 2002.
Lindsey Kildow has reached the point where finishing second is not good enough. Even with only one World Cup victory in her career, Kildow feels she should be winning.
Overall World Cup leader Anja Paerson skipped Monday's training session for the season's final downhill and will miss the race.
Final results from a women's World Cup super G at Cortina D'Ampezzo, Italy
Results as of Jan. 16 2004.
American Lindsey Kildow's injured back was feeling better Thursday, leaving open the possibility that she would race in Friday's Olympic giant slalom, after all.
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