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Austria's Herman Maier won the World Cup Finals Super-G in Bormio, Italy by the greatest margin in World Cup history.
Dec. 12: Italian speed specialist takes her first technical race.
Mammoth will play host to a cast of competitive athletes and excited spectators who will witness the fast-paced races and a memorable opening ceremony.
Anja Paerson of Sweden, the resigning world slalom champion, and Kristina Koznick started 1-2 Saturday and finished that way in a Cafe de Colombia World Cup women's slalom event at Lienz, Austria.
Austria's Brigitte Obermoser won the final World Cup giant slalom of the season by a narrow lead over teammate Michaela Dorfmeister who took the season GS title.
In near-storybook style, World Cup leader Bode Miller and Daron Rahlves deadlocked for the victory in super G Friday at World Cup Finals, giving Miller the super G title.
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Austrian Hermann Maier continued his World Cup dominance, winning the Mar. 8 DH final at Are, Sweden. The win gives Maier the DH crown, as well as the Overall and Super G titles.
France's Regine Cavagnoud won the World Cup downhill on Saturday in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy. U.S. skiers Kirstne Clark and Jonna Mendes finished 19th and 21st, respectively. Check out the story and results.
A steep course and soft snow made for treacherous conditions during Saturday's World Cup Super G. US skiers Paul Casey Puckett and Jake Fiala took 28th and 29th.
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