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Women's World Cup Ski Results: 02/21/04

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Results as of Feb 21 2004

Lalive 11th, Ludlow 14th as Gerg Wins Super G

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Two-time World Cup super G champion Hilde Gerg of Germany collected the 17th World Cup victory of her career Sunday in a super G. Caroline Lalive was top American in 11th place with Libby Ludlow in 14th.

Olympics Likely Over for Kostelic, Kildow

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Two of the biggest names in women's Alpine skiing could miss the last race of the Turin Games.

World Class Field at Loveland, CO

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This weekend's Chevy Truck Super Series will see championship fields in both the men's and women's events as some of the world's best ski racers prepare for the World Cup races at Park City, UT Nov. 16-19.

Paerson Wins Cortina Super-G, Americans Take 2, 3

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Defending overall champion Anja Paerson won a World Cup super-G race in a snowstorm Friday, with Americans Julia Mancuso and Lindsey Kildow finishing second and third.

Goetschl Wins Cortina SG, Kildow Fourth

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Renate Goetschl won her first World Cup race of the season with a super-G victory Wednesday.

Paerson Wins Again

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World Cup leader Anja Paerson of Sweden tore out of the pack on the final run Sunday and jumped from 10th place to her 10th victory of the season in a World Cup giant slalom.

Clark 4th, Lalive 5th in Veyzonnaz Downhill

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Austrian Renate Goetschl earned the 30th World Cup victory of her career Saturday, capturing a downhill by nearly a half-second over teammate Michaela Dorfmeister and Germany's Hilde Gerg, who tied for second place. Kirsten Clark was fourth and Caroline Lalive fifth, leading four U.S. skiers into the top 25.

Dorfmeister Wins Super-G; Kostelic Second

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Austrian Michaela Dorfmeister won her second gold medal of the Turin Games on Monday and Janica Kostelic of Croatia became the most decorated woman in Olympic Alpine skiing history with a silver in the super-G.

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