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Results of a women's World Cup downhill held Mar. 6.
World Cup standings after the downhill in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
Super-G champion Regine Cavagnoud of France was seriously injured Monday when she crashed at full speed into a coach on a glacier where World Cup skiers were training.
In preparation for the World Cup finlas, Regine Cavagnoud of France lead two downhill training runs in Bormio, Italy on Monday.
Kirsten Clark ranks 20th, her best World Cup time of the as Karen Putzer won her first World Cup of her career.
Super-G skiing champion Regine Cavagnoud died Wednesday at the Innsbruck University Hospital of head injuries sustained two days before in a collision with a German ski coach.
Germany's Regina Haeusl won the women's World Cup downhill despite falling at the finish and fracturing the tibia and fibula in her right shinbone.
Women's overall standings after 15 World Cup races.
Caroline Lalive won't give up her quest to compete in several Alpine skiing events at the Winter Olympics, despite concerns she was trying to do too much.
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