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History was made Saturday in the men's World Cup slalom race. Unfortunately for American Bode Miller, he had nothing to do with it.
Austria's Stephan Eberharter won his second straight World Cup downhill title Saturday, dominating the competition on the icy, sun-soaked Kandahar course.
Kalle Palander of Finland won his second straight World Cup slalom Tuesday.
American Bode Miller collects Austrian slalom victory by 0.66 seconds.
US alpine women had a strong showing in Sestriere, withKristina Koznick taking eighth and Sarah Schleper finishing 20th.
Jeremy Bloom has stood inside the 20-yard line waiting for a punt so many times, he can't imagine nerves being a problem when he's in the starting gate.
Austria's Marlies Schild won her third straight World Cup slalom Sunday, with Kristina Koznick fourth and Lindsey Kildow ninth in a good day for U.S. skiers.
Bode Miller will miss his first World Cup race in almost four years when he skips this weekend's downhill and super-G.
Swedish world champion Anja Paerson won her fourth straight World Cup slalom -- her third in eight days, her second in 24 hours -- with a brilliant second run.
Austrian Stephan Eberharter may have won the downhill at Kvitfjell, but it was his teammate, Herman Maier who enjoyed the laurels of the day, clinching the World Cup overall title.
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