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Kildow, Mancuso back on snow.
The groundbreaking for a first-of-its-kind national training center is set for July 18 in Park City, Utah.
Following almost one week of speculation and negotiations, a lack of financing finally scuttled attempts to stage additional World Cup men's and women's races in the United States.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association is moving its Alpine National Championships to Whiteface Mountain because of poor racing conditions in Alaska.
In an "attack from the back" super G, Bode Miller tied for sixth Friday, leading three Americans into the top 20 behind Didier Defago of Switzerland.
Unmoved by any potential Friday the 13th influences, Kirsten Clark finished sixth Friday, leading four U.S. women into the top 20 of a World Cup super G won by Olympic downhill champion Carole Montillet.
Pre-race favorite Sonja Nef, who has won five World Cup giant slaloms this season - including the lastfour, ignored soft snow to take the first run lead Friday and rolled to GS gold by 1.1 seconds.
Newly crowned world super G champion Daron Rahlves may be racing Sunday during theChevy Truck Super Series super G on the 2002 Olympic course at Snowbasin Ski Area.
U.S. Ski Team member Daron Rahlves (Sugar Bowl, CA) has been named the U.S. OlympicCommittee's (USOC) Athlete of the Month for his outstanding performances in January.
Bode Miller (Bretton Woods, NH) was the top American finisher in sixth, while three-time Olympian Erik Schlopy (Park City, UT) placed 13th in Monday's Olympic giant slalom.
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