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World Cup leader Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria led both runs Thursday while Kristina Koznick had the second-fastest final run to finish ninth.
The results and overall standings from Thursday's women's Super-G and the World Cup finals in Bormio, Italy are in.
Women's World Cup Ski Results: March 14, 2004
Switzerland's Sonja Nef starts the season on the right foot by winning the year's first World Cup giant slalom in Tignes, France.
World Cup standings after the downhill in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
Kristina Koznick's first World Cup victory of the season gave her every reason to be encouraged for next month's Salt Lake City Olympics.
Switzerland's Lillian Kummer recorded her first World Cup victory Friday, winning a women's giant slalom with an excellent second run.
Janica Kostelic won her record fourth Alpine medal of the Salt Lake City Games in Friday's giant slalom, joining Jean-Claude Killy and Toni Sailer as the only skiers to win three golds at one Olympics.
Austria's Brigitte Obermoser won the final World Cup giant slalom of the season by a narrow lead over teammate Michaela Dorfmeister who took the season GS title.
Women's Giant Slalom Results as of Feb. 7 2004
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