Lindsey Kildow finished her big week in tears. After finishing second, third and fourth in World Cup races to show she's a contender for the upcoming world championships, the American made a big error midway through her downhill run Sunday and finished 18th.
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.
Newly crowned Olympic combined champion Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) punched through the second run of a weathered-delayed giant slalom Sunday to claim the first World Cup victory of his young career in a race where the top four skiers were just four-hundredths of a second apart.