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Men's World Cup Ski Results as of Jan. 26 2004
Patrick Bourgeat of France comes back from an injury troubled season last year to win his second World Cup slalom in 24 hours.
Results as of Jan. 18 2004
Erik Schlopy and Sarah Schleper claimed victories for the U.S. at the second Chevy Truck Super Series slalom of the season hosted by Loveland, CO.
Kalle Palander takes first, Bode Miller retains overall lead.
Austrians dominated the slalom World Cup races on Sunday at Park City Mountain Resort, UT, while U.S. skiers and others lagged behind.
Benjamin Raich of Austria rallied from 17th place after the downhill leg to win a men's World Cup super-combi Friday, while American Bode Miller finished third after a nine-day break from racing.
After more twists and turns than a "choose your own adventure" fantasy, Hans-Petter Buraas of Norway won the men's World Cup SL at Sestriere, Italy on Dec. 11.
Austria's Mario Matt won the final World Cup slalom Sundayà¢‚¬his first victory in more than four yearsà¢‚¬and newly crowned overall champion Bode Miller completed a slalom for just the second time this season.
Final results from the World Cup giant slalom race in Soelden Austria.
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