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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. 19: Bode Miller survived a splintered ski Sunday on his first run of slalom to reclaim the World Cup points lead
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.
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. 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.
Erik Schlopy won his second straight race while leading a U.S. podium sweep in the second of three giant slaloms at the Chevy Truck Super Series Finals.
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.
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