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Olympic slalom champion Janica Kostelic grabbed the first-run lead Saturday and powered her way through softening snow to her 14th World Cup victory. American Sarah Schleper finished sixth.
Bode Miller ended his surprising slalom scoring drought Sunday by posting the fastest second run as he finished second in a slalom and regained the World Cup points lead.
Kalle Palander won the slalom title with a second-place finish Sunday, becoming the first Finn to win a World Cup discipline.
Koznick used a sizzling second run to win the final slalom of the season Saturday, picking up her sixth career World Cup victory. Austrian's Hans Knauss won the men's giant slalom.
Bode Miller finished second in the Bormio Slalom Sunday and regained the World Cup points lead.
Bode Miller ended his surprising slalom scoring drought Sunday as he finished second in a slalom and regained the World Cup points lead.
Fifteen-year-old Julia Mancuso finished second in the firstof two giant slaloms at the Super Series Finals at Park City MountainResort moving closer to the overall title.
World downhill champion Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria had the fastest second run Saturday en route to winning a World Cup giant slalom by more than a second while Kristina Koznick was 14th.
Sacha Gros of Vail, CO chalked up his first World Cup points with a 16th in Italy last night when the men's World Cup races got underway under the lights.
Benjamin Raich of Austria held off teammate Rainer Schoenfelder and Giorgio Rocca of Italy on Sunday to win the first slalom of the World Cup season, while overall leader Bode Miller skied out for a second straight race.
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