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Lindsey Kildow and Caroline Lalive led a U.S. podium charge, the first 1-2 U.S. finish in downhill since Picabo Street and Hilary Lindh in 1994.
Austria's Michaela Dorfmeister won a recent women's SG as three U.S. women broke into the top-10.
Just in time for the World Cup finals next week, Kristina Koznick and Daron Rahlves score big wins. Several other US skiers are skiing to their best finishes of the season.
Although he won't be competing, Lillehammer Gold Medalist Tommy Moe will be busy in Salt Lake this February.
The National Brotherhood of Skiers hit the slopes of Copper Mountain, CO, this week for their annual summit and fundraiser for young African-American skiers.
Jim Tracy retires from coaching after two decades.
World Cup leader Janica Kostelic moved closer to the World Cup overall title, winning a slalom by more than a second, while Lindsey Kildow and Resi Steigler of the U.S. both finished in the top-10.
On December 4th, the Olympic flame will begin its nationwide journey, carried by 11,500 remarkable individuals who radiate the Olympic attitude.
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