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Demong 13th and Freeman 16th at Kuusamo

U.S. Ski Team member Kris Freeman of Andover, NH tied for 16th today at the Kuusamo,

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Zahrobska snags first Cup win, Vonn 4th again

The Czech Republic has finally won a World Cup. Sarka Zahrobska, the first run leader of the World Cup slalom at Aspen Sunday calmly skied through a pelting snow and ferocious wind to hold off an incredible challenge from Austria’s Nicole Hosp and a strong showing from third place finishing Tanja Poutiainen of Finland. American […]

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Maier wins his 54th in Lake Louise SG

Break out that old record book. Hermann Maier, the greatest super G skier of all time, claimed his 54th career win, and 24th super G win, at Lake Louise, Sunday. The latter extends his own record, the former leaves him one win shy of Vreni Schneider for third on the all-time win list, second among […]

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Zahrobska leads Aspen slalom after first run

Gusting winds strong enough to blow away the finish line banner for the Aspen Winternational women’s Giant Slalom did little to keep Czech Sarka Zahrobska from claiming the first run. Zahrobska was a tenth of a second ahead of Austrian Kathrin Zettel with German Maria Riesch in third and the defending World Cup slalom champion, […]

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Lindsey Vonn scores GS career best: Fourth place

The second run of the Aspen Winternational delivered a series of surprises. For starters, 19 year-old Frenchwoman Tessa Worley nabbed her first World Cup podium and win, for that matter. “Her story is interesting, because her dad is Australian. So her accent is funny—can’t quite figure that one out. But she’s a nice girl so […]

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Surprises abound at Lake Louise Winterstart

The results from the Bombardier Winterstart downhill at Lake Louise, Alberta Saturday reflected the strange set of weather circumstances it took place in. For the record the win went to Peter Fill of Italy, his first career win. Second went to Swiss Carlo Janka, his first Cup podium, and third went to Swede Hans Olsson, […]

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SR in Action: Aspen off to snowy start

{mgmediabot}videos/aspen1_clip1_lg.flv|false|480|301{/mgmediabot} The Aspen Winternational flies off to a snowy start with Vonn leading the first run as the top American, in 7th. The course is tough, and visibility tougher. Check in for the latest action.

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Canada's Bourque likely gone for season

It appears Canada has lost Francois Bourque for the season. The 24 year old Quebecois was injured while warming up for the final training run of the first World Cup downhill of the season, in his home country at Lake Louise. Preliminary medical evaluation by Canadian team doctor Christopher Irving indicated a probable torn ACL […]

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Karbon leads in Aspen snowstorm with U.S. in position

Aspen is developing a reputation it is not going to like. As the women gathered for the second giant slalom of the 2009 World Cup season, the area was decidedly short on snow. The race hill was the exception, but it was still a rough course without serious depth of snow to fill in terrain. […]

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Andy Newell takes 11th in Kuusamo Sprint

American Andy Newell sprinted to an 11th place finish 

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