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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.
And so is the Austrian team, which suffered a rare shutout on the Hahnenkamm downhill podium two days earlier.
Daron Rahlves (Sugar Bowl, CA) opened the men's schedule at the 2001 World Championships Tuesday by winning the super G by .08 over Austrian Stephan Eberharter with Hermann Maier third.
Erik Schlopy recorded his best World Cup slalom finish of the season, while Paul Casey Puckett added a fourth in the combined to close the festivities in Kitzbuehl.
Maria Riesch of Germany won a downhill Friday for her first World Cup victory, and Kirsten Clark of the United States broke her arm and tore knee ligaments after crashing on one of the circuit's most demanding slopes.
Jan. 27: Maier led a top-five Austrian sweep in winning Monday's rescheduled World Cup super G in Kitzbuehel.
Downhill world champion Hannes Trinkl will be sidelined four weeks after breaking his sternum and injuring his face and neck during practice Sunday.
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