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A healthy Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO) rebounded from her Olympic frustrations Friday to earn her third World Cup win of the season, and the first super G victory of her career, as part of an historic three-way tie for the win.
Although bruised and battered from a crash during training, Maier says he will continue on the World Cup tour, as he has no serious injuries.
Switzerland has Roger Federer in tennis and the America's Cup in sailing, and even the soccer team is on the rise. The national sport, however, is in crisis.
Norway's Christian Jagge won a World Cup slalom last night skiing on shorter shaped skis. He out raced Austrians Benjamin Raich and Thomas Stangassinger, and Americans Sacha Gros and Bode Miller.
While Bode Miller griped about too much media coverage this week, American teammate Daron Rahlves was inspired by a lack of recognition.
Italy's Kristian Ghedina wins a turbulant World Cup downhill by a big margin in Val Gardena, Italy.
Anja Paerson of Sweden was the surprise winner of the downhill Friday at a women's World Cup event, giving her confidence for the upcoming Winter Olympics.
Ingrid Jacquemod of France won a downhill Friday for her first World Cup victory, with American Lindsey Kildow finishing fourth and maintaining her lead in the overall standings.
Italy's Isolde Kostner is intent on capitalizing on her speed this weekend to regain the overall lead.
Kildow steals downhill points lead with season's fourth podium.
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