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World Cup overall champion Janica Kostelic of Croatia had the fastest time on both runs Saturday in giant slalom for her second victory in 24 hours at World Cup Finals.
Anja Paerson of Sweden positioned herself for the Olympic gold medal that has long eluded her by skiing the fastest time in the first of two slalom runs Wednesday.
After several weather delays, the women's combined event was completed Saturday.
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.
Resi Stiegler (Jackson Hole, WY), competing in her first Olympics, is the top American following the slalom portion of the women's combined as she sits in ninth.
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
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