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Bode Miller got off to a poor start Wednesday when he struggled on the downhill portion of the combined event. Kjetil Andre Aamodt of Norway won the downhill portion with a time of 1.38.79.
Martin Schmitt jumped as far as he could, and while waiting to see if it was far enough, one thought raced through the German's mind.
Feb. 9: Canadian Melanie Turgeon was top-3 in just about each interval, tearing-up the bottom half of the course to win the women's downhill at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. Jonna Mendes was sixth to lead the four U.S. women.
Simon Ammann, forced to sit out several weeks during the World Cup season because of injuries, won Switzerland's first gold medal in ski jumping Sunday with a clutch, final jump on the 90-meter hill.
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