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Gerg Wins Last Women's Downhill

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Hilde Gerg of Germany won the last women's World Cup downhill of the season Thursday,just ahead of Isolde Kostner of Italy, who clinched the season's downhill title for the first time.

Gerety 5th in World Cup Finals Downhill

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Megan Gerety, who as fifth in her first World Cup race in 1991, did it again Thursday, finishing fifth in downhill as the World Cup Finals got underway in flat light and 25-degree weather.

Americans Preparing for Olympic Pressures

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With the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City just a year away, the U.S. ski team is using the World Championships as a class in stress management.

Gerety 4th in SG as Worlds Open

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St. ANTON, Austria (Jan. 29) - Pre-race favorite Regine Cavagnoud of France opened the 2001 World Alpine Ski Championships in sizzling fashion Monday, winning the gold medal in super G by .05 over Italian Isolde Kostner with Megan Gerety (Anchorage, AK) f

Gerety 4th in SG as Worlds Open

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Gerety, coming back from leg problems a year ago, was fourth in 1:23.59, a tenth of a second ahead of another Frenchwoman, Carole Montillet. Kirsten Clark (Raymond, ME) was ninth with a time of 1:23.86 and Jonna Mendes (Heavenly, CA) tied for 18th in 1:

Kostner Wins, Gerety 6th in SG

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Megan Gerety led all three US women into the top-15, finishing 6th in a World Cup SG at Lenzerheide, Switzerland on Feb. 25. Isolde Kostner of Italy won the race- barely nipping Austria's Renate Goetschl.

Downhill Women Find Plenty of Snow

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The US Women's Downhill Team has been following snow around the world this summer, first in Chile and now in Switzerland and Austria. They are finding great conditions and excellent pre-season training for the 2000-2001 season.

US Women Score Big at Lake Louise

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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.

Four U.S. Women in World Cup Top 20

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Jonna Mendes led four U.S. skiers into the top 17 places while Renate Goetschl of Austria, made a renewed bid to defend her World Cup overall title.

Alaska Hosts 2004 U.S. Alpine Championships

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For the first time in 23 years, the Chevrolet U.S. Alpine Championships will descend upon the slopes of Alyeska Resort March 18 - 23, 2004.

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