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Schlopy and Schleper will lead a confident US team to Park City this weekend for the American opening of the World Cup season.
Austria's Stephan Eberharter took the gold yesterday at the super G opener in Val D'Isere, France, while reigning super G world champion Daron Rahlves finished a disappointing 24th place.
Erik Schlopy led four Americans into the top-25 with a career-best fourth place GS finish in Friday's first American World Cup.
For eight years, Sonja Nef underwent regular surgery to treat a knee she injured in a junior competition.
Bode Miller and Benjamin Raich face-off this weekend in two speed events and battle it out for the overall World Cup Title.
Sweden's Anja Paerson became the second female skier in history to win World Cup races in all four disciplines in a season with her first downhill victory Saturday.
Sweden's Anja Paerson successfully defended her giant slalom title Tuesday for her second gold medal at the Alpine World Championships.
June 7: Park City, Aspen, Lake Louise, Beaver Creek schedule races in November and December.
Slovenia's Tina Maze won her second career World Cup race Wednesday, and defending champion Anja Paerson regained the lead in the overall standings with a second-place finish in the giant slalom.
U.S. women's Head Coach Patrick Riml has assumed the additional duties as head coach of the women's slalom and GS team, effective immediately, the U.S. Ski Team announced.
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