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World Cup success versus World Alpine pressure.
Four Americans in Top 30.
Wins career seventh World Cup.
Mancuso 8th, "totally cool" with streak ending.
Michaela Dorfmeister tossed and turned all night. A race clock ticked relentlessly in her head. The Olympics Rings dominated her dreams. Sweat soaked her sheets.
Michaela Dorfmeister raced for elusive gold. Lindsey Kildow raced through excruciating pain.
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.
The debate over the new women's course for the Olympics grew Saturday when several top skiers threatened to sign a petition urging another site for the super giant slalom at next year's Turin Games.
Multi-medal favorite Janica Kostelic, a triple gold winner in the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics, skipped the final training session for the women's downhill Tuesday.
Croatia's Janica Kostelic captured the only women's World Cup combined of the season Sunday, mastering the new course for next year's Olympics and ending Anja Paerson's two-race winning streak.
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