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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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Fredrik Nyberg of Sweden won a World Cup giant slalom Thursday in 2:01.66, finishing .25 ahead of Austrian Benjamin Raich.
On Monday, Thomas Vonn, formerly of St. Lawrence University, NY, won the Super Series SG at Beaver Creek, CO on a course similar to the one on which the World Cup races were held.
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.
Kirsten Clark overcame flat-light conditions to produce a podium performance in St. Moritz, tying for third place in a World Cup super G won by Italy's Karen Putzer.
US Ski Teamer Thomas Vonn won the Chevy Truck Super Series GS Wednesday on the Birds of Prey course at Beaver Creek. The win follows his super G victory on Monday.
Jan. 15: Caroline Lalive led five U.S. women into the top 20 Wednesday in a World Cup super G won by nearly a half-second by Olympic downhill champion Carole Montillet of France.
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