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Hometown favorite Erik Schlopy was almost as hot as the unseasonal weather Friday producing the third-fastest second run and finishing fifth in the Chevy Truck America's Opening. Swiss great Michael Von Gruenigen won his third Park City GS.
Daron Rahlves finishes eighth in the World Cup super G in Garmisch, Germany.
And so is the Austrian team, which suffered a rare shutout on the Hahnenkamm downhill podium two days earlier.
Bode Miller (Franconia, NH) continued his impressive transition from slalom and GS racing into a World Cup four-event racer Sunday.
Hometown favorite Erik Schlopy, skiing his best in 20 months, was almost as hot as the unseasonal weather Friday, producing the third-fastest second run and finishing fifth.
Erik Schlopy came out of No. 31 start Saturday to deadlock Puckett for the win in theclosest race in U.S. championships history. Defending champion Daron Rahlves was third just .01 back.
American Daron Rahlves finished fourth in the Hahnenkamm SG at Kiztbuehl, Austria, following just behind the Herminator and his Austrian teammates.
The men's and women's US alpine teams make final preparations for the Chevy Truck Super Series opener at Loveland this weekend and the Park City WC races next weekend.
On Monday, Thomas Vonn, formerly of St. Lawrence University, NY, won the Super Series SG at Beaver Creek, CO on a course similar to the one on which the World Cup races were held.
While Austria's Hermann Maier won his 33rd World Cup Victory this past Sunday three U.S. skiers placed in the top 17 spots. Check out the race the race results and rankings.
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