Unmoved by any potential Friday the 13th influences, Kirsten Clark finished sixth Friday, leading four U.S. women into the top 20 of a World Cup super G won by Olympic downhill champion Carole Montillet.
Erik Schlopy was the first skier on a snowy slalom course. That meant everybody else was racing for second place. Schlopy won the men's slalom Wednesday at U.S. Alpine nationals, beating runner-up Casey Puckett by more than one second.
With Bode Miller off the slopes, American Steven Nyman scored a career-best in the downhill on Saturday. Hermann Maier led an Austrian sweep at the World Cup downhill event, marking his third victory of the season and first in a downhill.