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Maria Jose Rienda Contreras of Spain won her first career World Cup race Sunday, easily taking the giant slalom on the same hill where she was runner-up a year ago.
Nicole Hosp is becoming a multi-medal threat for the Turin Olympics.
Austria's Michaela Dorfmeister posted her second World Cup super-G victory of the season Friday, strengthening her hold on the discipline before next month's Olympics.
Women's World Cup Slalom Results: Dec. 29, 2004
Overall World Cup leader Janica Kostelic finally made it down the Corviglia downhill course Thursday _ seven years after crashing here and tearing ligaments in her right leg.
World champion Anja Paerson of Sweden recorded her second giant slalom victory of the season Saturday and returned to first place in the overall World Cup standings.
Bode Miller had the perfect reply _ to the fans who cover their eyes when he roars down the course, to the coaches who grit their teeth at his Bode-knows-best attitude, to the ski executives exasperated by this Alpine rebel.
Women's World Cup Ski Results as of Jan. 26 2004
Sweden's Anja Paerson held off Croatia's Janica Kostelic to win the overall World Cup title Sunday in a competition that came down to the final skier in the final race of the season.
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