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Macartney Wins Inaugural DH Super Series

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Scott Macartney of Redmond, WA won the first race on Friday at the Olympic downhill course for the Chevy Truck Super Series at Snowbasin, UT.

USSA Announces 2005 Alpine World Cup Schedule

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When the FIS Alpine World Cup circuit comes stateside for its annual domestic swing this winter, two Colorado resorts - Aspen/Snowmass and Vail/Beaver Creek - will host a record seven events in two weeks, the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association announced.

Rahlves Wraps Up Magical Weekend, Finishes Fifth in Super-G

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After back-to-back downhill wins, Daron Rahlves wrapped up his great weekend, Sunday, finishing fifth in a World Cup Super-G race in Kvitfjell, Norway.

Lalive Takes Bronze in Lake Louise Super G

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A continual light snow that started before dawn and racing first in the field of 63 skiers didn't faze Caroline Lalive as she collected the third top-three result of her World Cup career and the women's first podium result of the season.

Bourgeat Wins 2nd SL in Shiga

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Patrick Bourgeat of France comes back from an injury troubled season last year to win his second World Cup slalom in 24 hours.

Miller Propels to Third Overall with SL Win

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Bode Miller attacked the second run of slalom Sunday, and went on to his fifth World Cup win of the season, the best showing by a U.S. man since Phil Mahre during the 1983 season.

Street, Clark Crack Top 10

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Islode Kostner of Italy won the Lake Louise DH for the second day in a row as Americans Picabo Street and Kirsten Clark both broke the top-10.

Street, Clark Finish Top-10 in Lake Louise Downhill

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Picabo Street overcame a mid-race mistake Friday to finish fifth in the second World Cup downhill of the season while teammate Kirsten Clark finished eighth place at Lake Louise Ski Area.

Clark Wins Lenzerheide DH

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Kirsten Clark won the first World Cup race of her career on Feb. 24 at Lenzerheide, Switzerland. Three other US women broke into the top-10 too.

Kildow Gets First Podium, Clark Takes Fifth in Cortina DH-2

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Teenager Lindsey Kildow, looking to duplicate her success of 24 hours earlier, nailed the Cortina downhill course again Sunday for the first podium of her career, finishing third in a World Cup downhill, .01 out of second.

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