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Sugar Bowl, California.
Ignoring gusting winds, Daron Rahlves powered through tough conditions in the final World Cup downhill of the season to finish third,
As soon as the first video clip of spitting snow guns hits the airwaves, diehard boarders show up to hike and ride that teeny sneeze.
It's been a while since Walt Disney manned the bar, but California's Sugar Bowl Lodge is still the pinnacle of retro cool.
Daron Rahlves grabbed his sixth podium of the season Saturday, and put himself into the U.S. record books by clinching the All-Time Best U.S. World Cup Finish.
Downhiller Daron Rahlves, who won Kitzbuehel's fabled Hahnenkamm downhill, is the U.S. Olympic Committee's Male Athlete for the Month of January.
In an "attack from the back" super G, Bode Miller tied for sixth Friday, leading three Americans into the top 20 behind Didier Defago of Switzerland.
On the opening day of men's Olympic downhill training, the spotlight fell on pre-race favorites like Daron Rahlves who finished third in training.
Austrians take gold and bronze, while Rahlves slips to 16th.
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