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Maier Ties Klammer's Record

Advice

World Cup leader Herman Maier of Austria tied Franz Klammer's mark of 26 World Cup victories Saturday in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Daron Rahlves was the only American to finish, coming in 23rd.

Freestyle skiing returns to Whiteface / Lake Placid

Advice

World Cup freestyle skiing will return to Steamboat Springs and Lake Placid

Dorfmeister Wins Downhill; Kildow Eighth

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Michaela Dorfmeister raced for elusive gold. Lindsey Kildow raced through excruciating pain.

U.S. Olympic Alpine Ski Team Announced

News

Miller, Rahlves, Koznick and Street highlight a star-studded U.S. Olympic Alpine Ski Team the USST announced today. Seven other members are first-timers.

USST and Fanbuzz Launch Online Store

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FanBuzz, a leading provider of e-commerce solutions to sports, entertainment and media brands, will develop and operate the official online store for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team.

Gerety 5th in World Cup Finals DH

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Megan Gerety finished fifth in the World Cup Finals DH at Are, Sweden on Mar. 8, behind the race winner Hilde Gerg of Germany and the DH title winner, Italian Isolde Kostner.

World Champion Cavagnoud Buried

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Former ski greats joined thousands of others in a final tribute to Regine Cavagnoud in her Alpine village amid debate over dangerously high speeds in the sport.

Germany's Olympic Champion Injured

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Hilde Gerg of Germany, the Olympic slalom champion, broke her left shin bone today in a spill during practice and will miss the rest of the World Cup skiing season.

Kostelic wins Park City slalom

Advice

Nov. 23: Schleper sixth on rough, rutted course.

Austrian Leads Early in Women's Downhill

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Careening down the icy course that claimed several top skiers in training-run crashes earlier this week, Austria's Alexandra Meissnitzer posted a time of 1 minute, 57.78 seconds to take an early lead in the Olympic women's downhill Wednesday.

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