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Steven Nyman (Provo, UT) survived stepping on his ski in mid-race to finish 12th Tuesday in super G as the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships opened in sunshine and biting cold.
She may have crashed out in the combined slalom event, but Janica Kostelic is the undoubted favorite for Wednesday night's World Championship slalom event in St Anton, Austria.
With kisses for the crowd and a few tears, Picabo Street said goodbye to ski racing. She left with no final victory--and no regrets.
Caroline Lalive, continuing to rebound from ligament damage and leg injuries late last season, was fourth Wednesday in a World Cup super G. Canadian Genevieve Simard was the surprise winner.
Simon Ammann, forced to sit out several weeks during the World Cup season because of injuries, won Switzerland's first gold medal in ski jumping Sunday with a clutch, final jump on the 90-meter hill.
Anja Paerson of Sweden was the surprise winner of the downhill Friday at a women's World Cup event, giving her confidence for the upcoming Winter Olympics.
Olympic champion Hans Petter Buraas of Norway will miss the entire ski season and the Salt Lake City Games because of a neck injury.
Italy's Isolde Kostner took first place at the season's second downhill race at Lake Louise, while Jonna Mendes and Kirsten Clark placed in the top ten for the US Ski Team. Check out the results.
Austria's Renate Goetschl won a women's World Cup super-G Sunday, confirming her status as the circuit's most versatile skier.
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