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The American has officially locked up the season overall title.
94 athletes from 52 countries took to the Suvretta slope in St. Moritz for the women’s World Championship slalom.
Two more teams announce starters as race weekend approaches.
Marcel Hirscher and Wendy Holdener dominate in Sweden's city event.
'Zuzu' earns second win of the week as fellow countrywoman Vlhova joins her on the podium.
All three Americans finish in the points in Flachau.
Hansdotter and Loeseth round out the podium in second and third.
Opening giant slalom run takes some unexpected turns.
American sets women's World Cup slalom record for largest winning margin ever.
Overall standings heat up between Fenninger and Maze — to be determined in Sunday's GS.
The 28-year-old slalom specialist holds the World Cup record for the most second-place finishes without a victory, which she finally earned in 2014.
Double Sochi Olympic medalist Christof Innerhofer commits to Rossignol until 2017.
Canada's "Mitch" Gagnon eighth and Mikaela Shiffrin 12th at the slalom in France.
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