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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.
Melanie Turgeon of Canada took her first World Cup victory on Saturday by beating overall leader Renate Goetschl of Austria in a Super- G.
The U.S. men's and women's European preseason ski camps were cut short due to bad weather which has been pounding central Europe with heavy snows and rains.
Anna Ottosson skied two impeccable runs down a steep and twisting giant slalom to grab her first World Cup victory.
Katie Monahan and Alex Shaffer are out of the races this season with no certain return date after sustaining similar knee injuries.
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