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Val d'Isere, which originally gave up two women's alpine World Cup races so they could concentrate on preparing the men's race courses, agreed Thursday to re-take the women's races.
Italy's Kristian Ghedina edged Norway's Lasse Kjus on Friday to win a World Cup downhill on this course for the fourth time.
Sonja Nef of Switzerland claimed her first World Cup GS victory of the season, while American Sarah Schleper finished an encouraging 12th place.
A men's World Cup downhill ski race scheduled next week for Val d'Isere, France, has been moved to Beaver Creek, giving this mountain resort three races this weekend.
Eberhater wins twice in two days at Val D'isere, France.
Strong winds of up to 45 mph forced the cancelation Friday of a women's super G World Cup race.
Ski racing may have come from simple origins- to be the fastest down the hill- but modern day rules and regulations imposed on racers range from logically necessary to questionably corporate.
Four days after winning a World Cup super-G race in Canada, the Austrian star paced a downhill training run Thursday, continuing his remarkable comeback from a severe leg injury.
Chad Fleischer is likely to be out of the Salt Lake games. He crashed Thursday in a World Cup downhill training session and tore ligaments in his right knee.
Bode Miller looked primed for his third World Cup win in a week. But after two victories last week Miller fell just a few gates into his final run in the World Cup giant slalom in Italy. France's Frederic Covili took home the gold.
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