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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.
Slovenian Matjaz Vhrovnik won the first World Cup race of hiscareer out-battling deteriorating conditions to edge Kjetil-Andre Aamodt of Norway by .21 seconds.
Austria's Benjamin Raich beat Michael Von Gruenigen of Switzerland on Saturday to win the men's World Cup giant slalom.
A men's World Cup downhill race scheduled for Saturday was canceled, the second straight day a race was wiped out on the Lauberhorn course due to heavy snowfall.
Anja Paerson of Sweden retained her Junior World Alpine Championships slalom title on Friday, beating Carolina Ruiz-Castillo of Spain by 1.43 seconds.
A men's World Cup downhill race scheduled for Friday was canceled due to heavy snowfall.
A women's World Cup downhill training session was canceled due to high winds and snow drifts on the course.
Genevieve Simard of Canada won a super giant slalom race Wednesday for her first World Cup victory.
Christian Mayer took advantage of fellow Austrian Hermann Maier's fall today and scored his second World Cup giant slalom victory this season.
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