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Janica Kostelic moved to the brink of becoming the first Alpine skier to win four medals in an Olympics by posting the fastest time on the first run of the women's giant slalom Friday.
Norway's Andrine Flemmen picked up her second World Cup win Saturday while Kirsten Clark tore out of No. 50 start to finish ninth in giant slalom at the Chevy Truck Women's World Challenge.
Final results from a women's World Cup giant slalom from Val d'Isere, France.
Sonja Nef won the Maribor World Cup GS on Jan. 6 at Maribor, Slovenia, but the US women, led by Sarah Schleper followed closely behind.
Women's World Cup Slalom Results: Dec. 29, 2004
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.
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.
For eight years, Sonja Nef underwent regular surgery to treat a knee she injured in a junior competition.
Norwegians took 1-2, but Schleper and Koznick finished 14-15 in the final race of the US Ski Team Olympic selection period.
The results and overall standings from Thursday's Women's Super-G race in Bormio, Italy are in.
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