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Mar. 8: Bode Miller will go into the World Cup Finals 93 points behind Stephan Eberharter.
Sweden's world champion, Anja Paerson, took the first run lead Sunday in a World Cup slalom and held off Finland's Tanja Poutiainen for the second win of her career.
Caroline Lalive, racing first, was 10th Friday in the third World Cup downhill of the season, leading three other teammates into top-25 results behind Swiss racer Sylviane Berthod.
U.S. Ski Team member Courtney Calise of Littleton, NH was the top American at the Chevy Truck Super Series women's giant slalom at Hunter Mountain Thursday.
Hermann Maier celebrated his 30th World Cup victory Sunday at Lake Louise, Alberta. Four U.S. skiers finished in the top-30 and are fired up to place even higher at Beaver Creek next weekend.
Rain put a halt to the last pre-Olympic World Cup super G Sunday, so Austrian Stephan Eberharter collected his third SG win of the season by two-hundredths of a second. Rahlves finishes 11th.
World Cup and reigning world champion Sonja Nef of Switzerland captured a World Cup giant slalom Friday, as U.S. skier Sarah Schleper overcame a near-spill to finish 10th.
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.
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