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The winner of the men's race adds to the family legacy.
Slovenian takes second World Cup win in as many days in weather-plagued race.
Americans land four in the top six ahead of weekend races.
Men and women wrap up speed titles in Idaho.
Laurenne Ross secures her first ever World Cup super G podium.
Vonn wins No. 76 in Garmisch, Germany, while Fabienne Suter finds the podium after returning from injury.
Vonn maintains a perfect record in super G this season with third victory.
Altenmarkt-Zauchensee track helps narrow the gap between Lindsey Vonn and Lara Gut.
Switzerland's Lara Gut sneaks by the U.S. Ski Team's Lindsey Vonn to win the combined by one hundredth.
Austrian Nicole Schmidhofer sets the pace just ahead of Lindsey Vonn.
Lindsey Vonn skis fastest first split but loses control and seconds over new terrain.
Conditions in the southern hemisphere this year have been supreme.
Slalom skiers Maze and Zettel must settle for second and third, respectively.
Hear what Mancuso, Cook, Ross, McKennis, and coach Abplanalp are thinking about heading into Vail/Beaver Creek 2015.
Lindsey Vonn's record hunt has to wait at least one more day.
The speed ladies show fans what a typical winter day of training looks like.
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