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Janica Kostelic won the women's slalom Wednesday through a heavy snowfall, picking up her second gold and third overall medal of the Salt Lake City Games.
Kristina Koznick is the only skier left with a realistic chance of preventing an Alpine medal shutout for American women, their first such Olympic wipeout since the 1988 Calgary Games.
Jan. 27: Maier led a top-five Austrian sweep in winning Monday's rescheduled World Cup super G in Kitzbuehel.
Koznick, Schleper and Nelson all crash in first run. Koznick had the only realistic chance of preventing an Alpine medal shutout for the American women.
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