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Lindsey Vonn (Vail, CO), building her lead from top to bottom, won a World Cup downhill Saturday at Lake Louise for the fourth straight season.
Olympian Jimmy Cochran (Keene, NH), starting 35th, fought through a wet snowstorm to finish 14th, leading the U.S. men's squad Sunday in its season-opening World Cup slalom.
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The ninth Air Canada Whistler Cup got underway Friday with Andrew Weibrecht (Lake Placid, NY) and Chelsea Marshall (Pittsfield, VT) each claiming a top-5 result.
Andrew Weibrecht (Lake Placid, NY) became the first U.S. skier at the ninth Air Canada Whistler Cup to win a gold medal while Max Hammer (Jackson, WY) took silver and Hannah Cametti (Manchester, NH) earned GS a bronze.
For the second straight day, U.S. skiers collected gold, silver and bronze, and had 14 top-15 results among the 300 or so international racers at the ninth Air Canada Whistler Cup.
Andrew Weibrecht led the U.S. 11-14 years old team to win the 40th annual Trofeo Topolino international children's race in Pinzolo, Italy.
Nov. 18: Vail kid podiums with World and Olympic champs.
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