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Fifth season with 10 podiums for U.S. men.
U.S. regroups for Kranjska Gora
Olympic combined champion Ted Ligety fought his way through softening snow in the slalom phase of a World Cup super combined race Sunday to finish 10th.
Austrian Rainer Schoenfelder tore through the first run Sunday and held off Frenchman Pierrick Bourgeat to win the first slalom of the World Cup season. Chip Knight registered the best result of his career, finishing seventh.
Bode Miller survived a splintered ski Sunday on his first run of slalom to reclaim the World Cup points lead as he finished second in combined.
Austrian Stephan Eberharter mauled the Lauberhorn course Friday to win a World Cup downhill by more than a second with Daron Rahlves in second place for his fourth podium of the winter.
Downhiller Daron Rahlves, who won Kitzbuehel's fabled Hahnenkamm downhill, is the U.S. Olympic Committee's Male Athlete for the Month of January.
It was a case of another day, another race cancellation Sunday as a World Cup downhill was weatheredout for the third straight day on the 2002 Olympic course at Snowbasin.
An overnight storm dropped enough snow to force the cancellation of a FIS World Cup downhill race Friday on the Grizzly course at Snowbasin.
Lauberhorn is the longest and most demanding course on the men's world cup circut and is the venue for this Saturday's race.
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