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Dane Spencer continuing his impressive recovery from back and knee problems, grabbed his first World Cup top-10 Saturday as he finished 10th in a giant slalom race.
World Cup and reigning world champion Sonja Nef of Switzerland skiing on one of her favorite courses led both runs Friday to capture a World Cup giant slalom.
Sixteen year old Lindsey Kildow outpaced the field Sunday at the Aspen Chevy Truck Super Series Super G.
Jan. 19: Bode Miller survived a splintered ski Sunday on his first run of slalom to reclaim the World Cup points lead
World Cup leader Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria led both runs Thursday en route to winning the last pre-Olympic giant slalom by more than a second. Kristina Koznick had the second-fastest final run and moved up 10 spots to finish ninth.
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Swedish world champion Anja Paerson won her fourth straight World Cup slalom -- her third in eight days, her second in 24 hours -- with a brilliant second run.
For the second day in a row, Lindsey Kildow proved she is among the world's elite ski racers, as she placed second in a Chevy Truck Super Series SG at Aspen, CO.
Jan. 18: Kirsten Clark rebounded Sat. from a couple of frustrating results earlier in the week moving into a tie for the World Cup lead; Jonna Mendes followed her best SG result with her first top-5.
Super Series leader, Erik Schlopy, put his Olympic disappointment behind him and picked up a giant slalom win at Sugarloaf, Maine.
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