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Sweden's Anja Paerson won a World Cup slalom for the third time this season on Sunday, a day after she dropped out of a giant slalom.
Bode Miller became the first American in 22 years to win skiing's overall World Cup title. He finished ahead of his only remaining challenger, Benjamin Raich of Austria, in the season's final giant slalom Saturday to capture the crown.
Austria's Nicole Hosp was the fastest skier in both runs and won her first World Cup slalom race Wednesday.
While Janica Kostelic clinched her thrid overall World Cup title, all four U.S. women finished in the top-15 in an Are, Sweden SG.
Italy's Denise Karbon captured her first World Cup victory Saturday, rallying from fifth place after the first run of a giant slalom to edge Austrians Nicole Hosp and Elisabeth Goergl.
Olympic slalom champion Anja Paerson of Sweden, the defending World Cup champion, led the first run Saturday and powered her way to her seventh win of the season.
Dec. 12: Italian speed specialist takes her first technical race.
Janica Kostelic won the combined at the world championships Monday despite needing painkillers for her ailing knee.
Nov. 13: It's the Austrian's second win of the young season.
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