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Julia Mancuso and Adam Cole made U.S. ski racing history Wednesday, becoming the first American racers to sweep an event at the World Juniors.
Julia Mancuso led US skiers with an 11th place finish in the World Juniors super G, but the day belonged to the Austrians, who took both men's and women's gold in the event.
Fraenzi Aufdenlaten of Switzerland took first place in the 2001 World Junior Championships women's GS, Jessica Kelley of Stowe, VT finished ninth.
For the first time in this year's World Junior Alpine Championships, an Austrian did not podium in an event. Instead, a German and two Italians stood atop the podium after the slalom on Feb. 9.
Picabo Street proved her recovery is on track as she won a Nor Am downhill at Whistler, BC. Fellow American, Marco Sullivan won the men's race by nearly half a second.
Park City will host the opener for the Café de Colombia FIS World Cup, the last World Cup ski competition the Resort will host prior to the 2002 Olympics, on Nov. 16-19.
Kirsten Clark maintained her mastery of Jackson Hole mountain, adding a super-G title Sunday to the downhill crown she won two days earlier at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.
Nine skiers have been named to compete Feb.22-27 in the World Alpine Junior Championships outside Quebec City, theU.S. Ski Team said Tuesday.
Julia Mancuso finished sixth in slalom Sunday and clinched the combined gold medal at the World Junior Championships while first-run leader Lindsey Kildow missed a second-run gate and hiked to finish her run.
Jeff Harrison won the men's giant slalom Friday at the World Alpine Junior Championships. He led both runs for the third U.S. medal of the championships.
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