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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.
Switzerland's Michael Von Gruenigen used his elegant style to overcome deteriorating conditions and win the GS at the World Alpine Championships.
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.
Italy's Isolde Kostner is intent on capitalizing on her speed this weekend to regain the overall lead.
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.
Rainer Schoenfelder of Austria won the slalom title at the World Cup Finals on Sunday ahead of beleaguered Kalle Palander of Finland.
After finishing second, third and fourth in giant slalom races here since 1997, Switzerland's Sonja Nef finally struck gold in a World Cup under the lights Thursday night.
Sonja Nef of Switzerland won her sixth race of her career and second of this season on Tuesday in a GS World Cup at Sestriere, Italy. Kristina Koznick, the only U.S. skier to qualify for a second run, placed 20th.
Unheralded Nadia Styger of Switzerland, who never had been on a World Cup podium, won the women's super G Thursday at World Cup Finals while Austrian Renate Goetschl clinched the super G title.
Sweden's world champion, Anja Paerson, took the first run lead Sunday in a World Cup slalom and held off Finland's Tanja Poutiainen for the second win of her career.
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