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American Bode Miller takes Swiss slalom race by nearly two seconds.
After a few days off, today was all about the Austrians again. But thanks to Slovenian Mitja Kunc, a surprise bronze medalist, it wasn't a sweep.
Mitja Kunc overtook first-run leader Ole Kristian Furuseth of Norway to win a men's World Cup slalom Sunday Feb. 27.
Bode Miller took sixth place behind Croatian Ivica Kostelic in Sunday's slalom and second in the weekend's combined calculation.
Benjamin Raich won the final World Cup giant slalom event of the season in Bormio, Italy over teammate Hermann Maier.
Check out the results and overall standings from Monday's men's World Cup slalom in Todtnau, Germany.
Leading skiers Monday in the slalom races at the $100,000 SuperSeries at Breckenridge Ski Resort.
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