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Kalle Palander won the slalom title with a second-place finish Sunday, becoming the first Finn to win a World Cup discipline.
Finland's Kalle Palander took advantage of a warm day to win his third World Cup title this season.
History was made Saturday in the men's World Cup slalom race. Unfortunately for American Bode Miller, he had nothing to do with it.
American dominates World Cup slalom for second win in 36 hours.
Alois Vogl tamed the toughest slalom course on the circuit Sunday for his first World Cup victory and the first in the event by a German man in 14 years. Overall World Cup leader Bode Miller skied out in the second leg on the famed Lauberhorn hill.
Italy's Giorgio Rocca won the men's World Cup slalom on Wednesday after American Bode Miller crashed and failed to qualify for the second run.
Italy's Giorgio Rocca captured a World Cup slalom Sunday in which Bode Miller showed some of his old form by finishing third.
Bode Miller has been unable to finish a race lately. So he's decided to test himself in a women's race.
Olympic champion Jean-Pierre Vidal of France captured his first World Cup title in five years by winning a slalom Sunday while Bode Miller finished 18th in a bumpy run for the overall champ.
Erik Schlopy has been bulletproof for four races over two years at Loveland Ski Area, CO.
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