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Caroline Lalive was released from a hospital one day after breaking two ribs and injuring her right knee during a crash at a World Cup downhill.
Caroline Lalive broke two ribs, injured her back and tore ligaments in her right knee in a crash after crossing the finish line of a World Cup downhill Saturday.
Michaela Dorfmeister won a World Cup downhill race Saturday but was more concerned about Caroline Lalive.
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Careening down the icy course that claimed several top skiers in training-run crashes earlier this week, Austria's Alexandra Meissnitzer posted a time of 1 minute, 57.78 seconds to take an early lead in the Olympic women's downhill Wednesday.
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.
Marlies Schild won a slalom Sunday for her third World Cup victory this season.
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