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Riesch Wins First Career Slalom

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Germany's Maria Riesch won the first World Cup slalom of her career, nearly falling midway down the second run Sunday in a race held north of the Arctic Circle.

Women's World Cup Ski Results: 02/22/04

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Results as of Feb 22 2004

Mancuso Takes World Juniors Combined Gold

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Julia Mancuso finished sixth in slalom Sunday and clinched the combined gold medal at the World Junior Championships while first-run leader Lindsey Kildow missed a second-run gate and hiked to finish her run.

Mancuso Grabs Third Place in Close Race

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In a World Junior Championships race Thursday where the top four women were just .05 apart, Julia Mancuso (Olympic Valley, CA/Squaw Valley Ski Team/U.S. A Team) finished third, her seventh World Juniors medal, with Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO/Ski&Snowboard Club Vail/U.S. B Team) fourth in super G.

Kildow Repeats Silver at World Juniors

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Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO/Ski&Snowboard Club Vail/U.S. B Team) tore down a slick, flat course Tuesday to collect her second straight downhill (DH) silver medal at the World Junior Championships, finishing .22 behind Germany's Maria Riesch.

Riesch, Montillet Share Super-G Victory

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Germany's Maria Riesch and France's Carole Montillet finished with identical times Sunday to share first place in a World Cup super giant slalom.

Women's World Cup Super G Standings

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Women's World Cup Super G Standings

Riesch Takes Downhill; Clark Crashes

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Maria Riesch of Germany won a downhill Friday for her first World Cup victory, and Kirsten Clark of the United States broke her arm and tore knee ligaments after crashing on one of the circuit's most demanding slopes.

Lalive in Top-5 Again

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Caroline Lalive, continuing to rebound from ligament damage and leg injuries late last season, was fourth Wednesday in a World Cup super G. Canadian Genevieve Simard was the surprise winner.

Canadian Simard Wins First World Cup Event

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Genevieve Simard of Canada won a super giant slalom race Wednesday for her first World Cup victory.

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