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Austria's Benjamin Raich overcame a late mistake Saturday to win a World Cup giant slalom, the last before next month's Olympics, and overtake Daron Rahlves atop the overall standings.
Fritz beat Josef in a battle of the Strobls as Austrian skiers swept the first four spots Saturday in a World Cup downhill race.
Alan Alborn and four others jumpers, including three teenagers, have been nominated to the 2002 Olympic Team.
Kristina Koznick, who hadn't planned to race until she learned $10,000 was on the line to be top American, earned the first 2002 Olympic Team berth for the U.S. Ski Team Saturday.
Hermann Maier's injured legs showed improvement Monday, but it's still unclear whether the Austrian skiing star will be able to compete in the Salt Lake City Olympics.
Austria's Renate Goetschl recorded her first downhill victory of the season Saturday in what might have been Picabo Street's last World Cup race.
After disappointment in Germany, Jonny Moseley took first place in France to keep his Olympic hopes alive.
U.S. Ski Team downhill racer Chad Fleischer's season came to an end Thursday when he suffered a knee injury in a downhill training crash in Wengen, Switzerland.
Jan. 8: Champ skied Dec. 21, but it's still unclear whether the Austrian skiing star will be able to compete in the Salt Lake City Olympics.
Kirsten Clark finished 13th Saturday as four U.S. women scored World Cup points behind Austrian Renate Goetschl, who won a downhill over World Cup DH leader Isolde Kostner of Italy.
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