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With a few World Cup victories under the U.S. Ski Team's belt, officials anticipate success at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.
Germany's Maria Riesch won the first World Cup slalom of her career, nearly falling midway down the second run Sunday in a race held north of the Arctic Circle.
A bruised leg didn't keep Janica Kostelic from her second victory of the season, when she won the women's slalom in Sestriere, Italy.
Austrian Renate Goetschl earned the 32nd win of her career Saturday and closed on World Cup leader Anja Paerson of Sweden, winning a super G.
Bode Miller's shot at winning the overall World Cup title might depend on the weather.
World Cup leader Anja Paerson of Sweden tore out of the pack on the final run Sunday and jumped from 10th place to her 10th victory of the season in a World Cup giant slalom.
Italy's Giorgio Rocca won a World Cup slalom Sunday in which Bode Miller crashed out of yet another race to further diminish his lead in the overall standings.
Jan. 19: Sweden's Paerson cruised to her first giant slalom victory of the season by 1.1 seconds over World Cup leader Janica Kostelic of Croatia. Caroline Lalive finishing 10th.
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.
Jan. 15: Two-time Olympic alpine racer Chip Knight has been named to the A Team while Resi Stiegler and Libby Ludlow have been promoted to the B Team.
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