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Super G doubleheader set for Tuesday.
Bode Miller's bid to win the overall title took a blow Friday, when the World Cup giant slalom in Japan was canceled because of bad weather.
American Kirsten Clark secures her first World Cup victory with "an incredible run" in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.
In those white-knuckle moments when your car loses traction, knowing what to do will set you straight again.
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.
The U.S. men's and women's European preseason ski camps were cut short due to bad weather which has been pounding central Europe with heavy snows and rains.
Officials canceled the women's downhill training session for this weekend's speed events because of poor visibility.
Heavy snowfall wiped out a women's World Cup downhill Sunday, the second straight day a downhill was called off at this resort.
Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO/Ski&Snowboard Club Vail/U.S. B Team) tore down a slick, flat course Tuesday to collect her second straight downhill (DH) silver medal at the World Junior Championships, finishing .22 behind Germany's Maria Riesch.
Caroline Lalive, continuing to rebound from ligament damage and leg injuries late last season, was fourth Wednesday in a World Cup super G. Canadian Genevieve Simard was the surprise winner.
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