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Bode Miller renews his World Cup chase—trying to become the first American to finish first in the overall standings since Phil Mahre in 1983.
Benjamin Raich of Austria ended his victory drought this winter by capturing a World Cupgiant slalom in Yong Pyong, South Korea.
Austria's talent-laden Alpine skiing team has yet another star on its hands. He's Mario Matt, who has now won twice in only seven World Cup slalom starts.
Italy's Giorgio Rocca captured a World Cup slalom Sunday in which Bode Miller showed some of his old form by finishing third.
Three-time Olympian Erik Schlopy (Park City, UT) was the lone American to finish Saturday in the first of two World Cup giant slaloms in Yong Pyong as he was eighth.
Norway's Kjetil Andre Aamodt gave new life to his chase of leader Hermann Maier for the World Cup overall title by finishing second in the slalom at Adelboden, Switzerland.
Austria's Benjamin Raich beat Michael Von Gruenigen of Switzerland on Saturday to win the men's World Cup giant slalom.
Ole Kristian Furuseth beat Mitja Kunc of Slovenia to win the first of two runs of Sunday's men's World Cup slalom in Yongpyong, South Korea.
Mitja Kunc overtook first-run leader Ole Kristian Furuseth of Norway to win a men's World Cup slalom Sunday Feb. 27.
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