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U.S. Head Coach Marjan Cernigojpronounced American racers "ready to go" Wednesday after the finaltraining run for the first women's World Cup speed races of the seasonat Lake Louise Ski Area.
Picabo Street overcame a mid-race mistake Friday to finish fifth in the second World Cup downhill of the season while teammate Kirsten Clark finished eighth place at Lake Louise Ski Area.
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Hermann Maier celebrated his 30th World Cup victory Sunday at Lake Louise, Alberta. Four U.S. skiers finished in the top-30 and are fired up to place even higher at Beaver Creek next weekend.
Stefan Eberharter beat the pack at Lake Louise as he won the first downhill of the World Cup season. Three Americans finished in the top-25, led by Chad Fleischer in 5th.
The US women's ski team, led by Jonna Mendes in training, seeks to post top results this weekend at the Lake Louise downhill and SG.
Megan Gerety, Jonna Mendes, and Kirsten Clark all scored first page results in the World Cup downhill at Lake Louise, Alberta on Nov. 30. They hope to gain momentum throughout the weekend.
Italy's Isolde Kostner took first place at the season's second downhill race at Lake Louise, while Jonna Mendes and Kirsten Clark placed in the top ten for the US Ski Team. Check out the results.
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