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Austria's Michael Walchhofer upstaged his favored teammates by winning the downhill at the Alpine Skiing World Championships on Saturday for his first career victory.
March 11: Austrian Stephan Eberharter and American Bode Miller stood side-by-side for photographers as one of the closest races in recent World Cup history began its final stretch run.
World champion Hannah Kearney (Norwich, VT) finished third and World Cup rookie David Digravio (Farmington, ME) reached his first podium Wednesday as the World Cup moguls schedule resumed after the Olympics.
US Freestyler Eric Bergoust set another record when he won the World Cup Opener in Australia.
Only the world's most cunning and experienced speedsters tame this Olympic downhill, as American Daron Rahlves and Austrian Hermann Maier showed Thursday during the first official training run.
Erik Schlopy won his second straight race while leading a U.S. podium sweep in the second of three giant slaloms at the Chevy Truck Super Series Finals.
Doctors told World Cup and Olympic champ, Hermann Maier, to wait until late December before strapping on his boards.
Shannon Bahrke led four U.S. women into the top 10, finishing fifth in Japanese World Cup moguls action.
Martin Schmitt jumped as far as he could, and while waiting to see if it was far enough, one thought raced through the German's mind.
The first time they skied against each other at the Alpine Skiing World Championships, Bode Miller and Hermann Maier finished tied for second. The man who beat them then could do it again.
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