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Schleper, Three Others In Top 30 In Val D'Isere GS

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Italy's Karen Putzer took the first-run lead Thursday in a World Cup giant slalom and went on to collect her second consecutive victory.

Schleper, Three Other U.S. Women in Top 30 at Val D'Isere GS

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Italy's Karen Putzer took the first-run lead Thursday in a World Cup giant slalom and went on to collect her second consecutive victory. Sarah Schleper led four American women into the top 30, finishing in a tie for eighth place.

U.S. Skiers Set for Summer of Training

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Overall, it was a pretty good year for the U.S. Ski Team. Now, with the Olympics on their minds, U.S. skiers look toward a summer of serious training.

Mendes Wins GS, Captures First U.S. National Title

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A wide-smiling but admittedly bewildered Jonna Mendes had the fastest time on each run Tuesday and collected her first national title as she won the GS by 1.75 seconds on the fifth day of the Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine Championships.

Swedish Teen Takes Gutsy Slalom Win, Koznick Eighth

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Anja Paerson of Sweden picked up the biggest title of her career Wednesday night in horrid conditions to win theslalom at the World Alpine Ski Championships.

Mendes 12th In St. Moritz Downhill

Advice

Lake Tahoe teenager Jonna Mendes was the first one on-course Friday and hung-up the best result of her young World Cup career

Koznick: Last Hope for U.S. Women

Advice

Kristina Koznick is the only skier left with a realistic chance of preventing an Alpine medal shutout for American women, their first such Olympic wipeout since the 1988 Calgary Games.

Winberg Injured, But Wins Downhill in St. Moritz

Advice

Long jump at the bottom of the course leaves Swedish winner limping to a first-place finish.

Three U.S. Women In Top-20 For Second Straight Day

Advice

Kristina Koznick, Sarah Schleper, Caroline Lalive all finished in the top-20 for the second day in a row in Berchtesgaden, Germany.

Schelper Moves up to A Team, Powers to B Team

Advice

Sarah Schelper, who has rebounded from injury with the best racing of her international career, has been named to the alpine A Team and Alison Powers has been promoted to the B Team.

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