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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.
Hermann Maier of Austria claimed his 32nd win his career and fourth of the season Val d'Isere, France on Saturday while two U.S. skiers placed in the top 20.
Jan. 14: Miller throws a shoe, Eberharter DNF, Herminator slow on first run.
Dane Spencer led a U.S. sweep of the top four positions in the final giant slalom race of the Chevy Truck Super Series under overcast skies at Sunday River, Maine.
Jean Pierre Vidal of France turned-in a nearly flawless second run Saturday that lifted him from fourth place to his first World Cup victory in slalom.
Sarah Schleper of Vail, CO took the second-fastest run on Sunday at the World Cup Women's Slalom in Sestriere, Italy. Check out Sunday's results.
Jan. 5: Brother and sister win at Kransjka Gora and Bormio on Sunday.
Erik Schlopy rebounded from a dismal first run to capture the $10,000 overall Chevy Truck Super Series title as Australia's Jonathon Brauer won the final slalom at Sunday River.
Daron Rahlves broke out of his slow early-season today, finishing a credible sixth on the tough Bormio DH. Unheralded Christian Greber scored his first World Cup win, leading an Austrian sweep.
Austria's Herman Maier won the World Cup Finals Super-G in Bormio, Italy by the greatest margin in World Cup history.
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