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A men's World Cup downhill race that was postponed at St. Anton, Austria, has been rescheduled for March 3 at Kvitfjell, Norway.
Austria's Michaela Dorfmeister won the final super G of the season, capturing the World Cup title. American Lindsey Kildow finished fourth to take third in the super-G standings.
Defending giant slalom champion Sonja Nef of Switzerland had a spectacular second run to win a World Cup giant slalom race Friday.
Michael Walchhofer won the World Cup downhill title Thursday after finishing fourth in the season's final race, while American Bode Miller stretched his lead for the overall title with a second-place showing.
Didier Plaschy of Switzerland won a men's slalom, his second World Cup victory of the season.
Austria's Stephan Eberharter produced the fastest time in Thursday's final practice session before a World Cup downhill race at the famous Hahnenkamm.
Overall World Cup leader Anja Paerson skipped Monday's training session for the season's final downhill and will miss the race.
Unheralded Angelo Weiss gave Italy its firstWorld Cup slalom win Sunday since the fabled Alberto Tomba retired afterthe 1998 season.
Austrian Josef Strobl took the fastest time for the weekend's World Cup downhill on one of the most challenging courses on the World Cup circuit in Wengen, Switzerland.
Three women's races in World Cup skiing were called off at the French resort of Megeve because of lack of snow.
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