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Like a scene from a James Bond movie, Hermann Maier skied to a downhill victory on Saturday despite a badly damaged ski.
Although European skiers tended to dominate the super-G race on Sunday at Beaver Creek, CO, U.S. and Canadian skiers were able to mark their spot on the map too.
Olympic downhiller Marco Sullivan has reinjured his right knee and will miss the 2005 World Cup season.
Hermann Maier wins the season-opening giant slalom race in Tignes, France beginning his quest to recapture the World Cup overall title from Lasse Kjus.
American Bode Miller takes 19th behind winner Hermann Maier of Austria in Sunday's World Cup opener in Tignes, France.
After finishing second, third and fourth in giant slalom races here since 1997, Switzerland's Sonja Nef finally struck gold in a World Cup under the lights Thursday night.
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