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Bode Miller became the first American to win the men's downhill at the world alpine championships Saturday, while teammate Daron Rahlves took second for an overpowering show by the U.S. team.
Bode Miller won a World Cup slalom in Sestriere, Italy, giving him six victories in 10 races this season.
Still rustic and rough-hewn, Cannon lets you experience skiing the way it used be.
Skiing safely at high speed is all about stability. 2003 overall World Cup winner Janica Kostelic shows the way.
Olympic slalom champion Janica Kostelic grabbed the first-run lead Saturday and powered her way through softening snow to her 14th World Cup victory. American Sarah Schleper finished sixth.
Austrian Rainer Schoenfelder tore through the first run Sunday and held off Frenchman Pierrick Bourgeat to win the first slalom of the World Cup season. Chip Knight registered the best result of his career, finishing seventh.
After five seasons on the U.S. Ski Team staff, Martin Andersen has resigned as men's slalom and giant slalom head coach.
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