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Rocca Wins World Cup Slalom; Miller DQs Again


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.

Lalive Leads U.S. in Cortina GS


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.

Vogl Wins Slalom; Miller DQs


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.

U.S. Ski Team Promotes Knight, Stiegler, Ludlow


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.

Raich Wins Swiss Combined, Miller DQ's


Austria's Benjamin Raich won a super-combined race Friday to significantly close the gap on overall World Cup leader Bode Miller, who was disqualified.

Julia Mancuso Signs Another Two Years With Rossignol


Two more years with Rossignol for 2006 Olympic Gold Medalist Julia Mancuso.

Rocca Wins Slalom, U.S. Men Shut Out


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.

Matt Wins Final Race of the Year


Austria's Mario Matt won the final World Cup slalom Sundayࢂ¬his first victory in more than four yearsࢂ¬and newly crowned overall champion Bode Miller completed a slalom for just the second time this season.

Miller: A Man for All Races


Bode Miller has won a race in all four disciplines in 16 days, becoming the fastest man to do so in World Cup history.

Schleper Picks Up First World Cup Victory, Wins Final Slalom


Sarah Schleper of the United States posted her first career World Cup victory in the season's final slalom race Saturday, and Janica Kostelic finished second to close in on overall leader Anja Paerson.

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