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Gerety 4th in SG as Worlds Open

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Gerety, coming back from leg problems a year ago, was fourth in 1:23.59, a tenth of a second ahead of another Frenchwoman, Carole Montillet. Kirsten Clark (Raymond, ME) was ninth with a time of 1:23.86 and Jonna Mendes (Heavenly, CA) tied for 18th in 1:

Gerety 4th in SG as Worlds Open

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St. ANTON, Austria (Jan. 29) - Pre-race favorite Regine Cavagnoud of France opened the 2001 World Alpine Ski Championships in sizzling fashion Monday, winning the gold medal in super G by .05 over Italian Isolde Kostner with Megan Gerety (Anchorage, AK) f

Goetschl Wins, Lalive 9th in Are

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Austrian Renate Goetschl earned the 32nd win of her career Saturday and closed on World Cup leader Anja Paerson of Sweden, winning a super G.

Paerson Wins Again

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World Cup leader Anja Paerson of Sweden tore out of the pack on the final run Sunday and jumped from 10th place to her 10th victory of the season in a World Cup giant slalom.

Kildow Repeats Silver at World Juniors

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Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO/Ski&Snowboard Club Vail/U.S. B Team) tore down a slick, flat course Tuesday to collect her second straight downhill (DH) silver medal at the World Junior Championships, finishing .22 behind Germany's Maria Riesch.

Turgeon Claims DH Gold, Mendes 6th At World

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Feb. 9: Canadian Melanie Turgeon was top-3 in just about each interval, tearing-up the bottom half of the course to win the women's downhill at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. Jonna Mendes was sixth to lead the four U.S. women.

U.S. Ski Team Promotes Knight, Stiegler, Ludlow

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Jan. 15: Two-time Olympic alpine racer Chip Knight has been named to the A Team while Resi Stiegler and Libby Ludlow have been promoted to the B Team.

Jennifer Hudak moves from World Cup to U.S. Skier Halfpipe Podium

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Scott Hibbart wins men's title at 2006 Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships.

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