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Kildow Streaks to Silver in Worlds Downhill


U.S. Ski Team earns 3rd medal; 2nd for Kildow.

Lalive Takes 10th in Cortina GS


Sweden's Anja Paerson built a huge first-run lead Sunday and cruised to her first giant slalom victory of the season, while Caroline Lalive had the best U.S. performance, finishing 10th.

Four Move To U.S. Alpine A Team


Sarah Schleper, Jonna Mendes, Bode Miller, and Erik Schlopy earned promotion to the U.S. Alpine A Team after several stellar World Cup performances.

Friedman Wins DH for First U.S. Title


World Cup rookie Bryon Friedman (Park City, UT) took the rest of the field "to school" Friday as he won his first national title, finishing nearly two seconds ahead in capturing the men's downhill on Day One of the Chevrolet U.S. Alpine Championships.



Bode Miller tied with American teammate Daron Rahlves to win the final super-G of the season Friday, virtually wrapping up the overall World Cup title.

Von Gruenigen Wins Worlds GS


Switzerland's Michael Von Gruenigen used his elegant style to overcome deteriorating conditions and win the GS at the World Alpine Championships.

Paerson Wins Last GS, Schlep 7th


Sarah Schleper (Vail, CO), who took time off a month ago because of back problems, finished her season Sunday in seventh place in a giant slalom won by all-conquering Anja Paerson of Sweden.

Kostner Aims to Regain Lead


Italy's Isolde Kostner is intent on capitalizing on her speed this weekend to regain the overall lead.

Four U.S. Women in World Cup Top 20


Jonna Mendes led four U.S. skiers into the top 17 places while Renate Goetschl of Austria, made a renewed bid to defend her World Cup overall title.

Schoenfelder Wins World Cup Slalom Title


Rainer Schoenfelder of Austria won the slalom title at the World Cup Finals on Sunday ahead of beleaguered Kalle Palander of Finland.

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