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We suppose we can forgive the sidecut oversight, though it's hard to understand why it took more than a century to figure out that if a little bit of shape is good, then just a touch more might be-ready?-even better.
Nyman shocked the men's field Wednesday, winning the downhill at Whiteface Mountain just ahead of two more surprises.
Hermann Maier won a World Cup downhill on Lillehammer's Olympic course Saturday, while Bode Miller finished fourth and extended his overall lead.
Lindsey Kildow moved up to second in super G standings as she finished fourth in the first of two World Cup super Gs.
Lindsey Kildow of the United States won her first World Cup race Friday, taking the season's first downhill in 1 minute, 23.44 seconds.
Kirsten Clark shared some of her podium day in this conversation following her silver medal win in the World Championship super G.
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