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Austrian powerhouse Hermann Maier has already won the season's overall World Cup title. Three other titles are within reach when the World Cup finals open Wednesday in this Italian Alpine resort.
Hermann Maier brought four World Cup titles home for the Austrians, becoming the third alpine skier to win four crowns in a single season.
Austria's Hermann Maier won his fourth consecutive World Cup event on Sunday by winning the super-G at Beaver Creek, CO with a generous lead.
The line-up of former Olympic Champions that have competed in the Jeep® King of the Mountain Series during its 13 years as professional snow sports' most prestigious event reads like a who's who list of the biggest names in the sport.
Olympic and World Cup champion skier Hermann Maier was in stable condition Saturday after seven hours of surgery for injuries from a career-threatening motorcycle accident.
Maier has so far recaptured the overall crown from last year's champion, Lasse Kjus of Norway, pocketed the super-G title and broken the season record for points.
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