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Bode Miller became the first American to win the men's downhill at the world alpine championships Saturday, while teammate Daron Rahlves took second for an overpowering show by the U.S. team.
Jan. 27: 17 athletes named Monday to the upcoming alpine World Championships in Switzerland
Austria's Benjamin Raich overcame a late mistake Saturday to win a World Cup giant slalom, the last before next month's Olympics, and overtake Daron Rahlves atop the overall standings.
In near-storybook style, World Cup leader Bode Miller and Daron Rahlves deadlocked for the victory in super G Friday at World Cup Finals, giving Miller the super G title.
Bode Miller and Daron Rahlves, who tied for victory in the last super G of the 2005 season, finished 1-2 Thursday in super G at World Cup Finals.
Bode Miller became the first American to win the men's downhill at a world championships Saturday, and teammate Daron Rahlves was runner-up in this signature event for an overpowering show by the U.S. team.
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