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Kirsten Clark finished 13th Saturday as four U.S. women scored World Cup points behind Austrian Renate Goetschl, who won a downhill over World Cup DH leader Isolde Kostner of Italy.
Final results of the Cafe De Columbia World Cup Super G from Lake Louise, Alb.
Caroline Lalive, racing first, was 10th Friday in the third World Cup downhill of the season, leading three other teammates into top-25 results behind Swiss racer Sylviane Berthod.
Picabo Street was the top American Friday in the women's downhill inSaalbach, finishing 10th behind winner Hilde Gerg of Germany. Kirsten Clark was 11th.
Daniela Ceccarelli was born to ski. It just took her a long time to become a winner. The Italian picked the perfect spot for her first international victory, winning the Olympic super giant slalom Sunday.
The U.S. Women's Alpine Ski Team continued their on-snow training camp Sunday in warm and sunny conditions at Mammoth Mountain, CA.
For the US women's ski team, skiing is not just a winter pastime. The leading ladies are tearing up the salted slopes of Mt. Hood, OR, to get crucial training in before the 2001-2002 season begins.
Kirsten Clark maintained her mastery of Jackson Hole mountain, adding a super-G title Sunday to the downhill crown she won two days earlier at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.
Katie Monahan and Alex Shaffer are out of the races this season with no certain return date after sustaining similar knee injuries.
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