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Bowman-Kirigin 6th, Four U.S. women in finals
Daron Rahlves, laying aside the frustration of training problems and previous races, attacked from the back Saturday, finishing third behind Austrian leader Stephan Eberharter.
After easily winning the giant slalom title in the world championships Thursday, the 21-year-old Swede flopped on the snow, jumped up and swung her arms to encourage more applause.
Erik Schlopy shook off a 10-minute course hold on hissecond run Friday and then stormed to his fourth straight victory in a Nature Valley Alpine Cup slalom.
American Daron Rahlves finished fourth in the Hahnenkamm SG at Kiztbuehl, Austria, following just behind the Herminator and his Austrian teammates.
Austria's Hermann Maier won his fourth consecutive World Cup event on Sunday by winning the super-G at Beaver Creek, CO with a generous lead.
Erik Schlopy has been bulletproof for four races over two years at Loveland Ski Area, CO.
Former US Ski Team member Kyle Rasmussen took the opening Jeep King of the Mountain event in Mammoth for the third straight year.
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