Alpine

Cortina: Banged-up Kildow to skip GS

By Pete Rugh

CORTINA D'AMPEZZO, Italy — Lindsey Kildow will miss Sunday's World Cup giant slalom after falling twice in the downhill.

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Cortina: Paerson to skip races, prep for worlds

By Pete Rugh

Anja Paerson is planning to skip three races next weekend to prepare for the World Championships in her native Sweden.

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Cortina: Goetschl again fastest in DH training

By Pete Rugh

Renate Goetschl was fastest in World Cup downhill training for the second straight day Thursday.

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Austrian alpine coach Mandl injured in course accident

By Pete Rugh

Austrian women’s head coach Herbert Mandl was injured in an accident before a World Cup downhill training session Thursday.

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Wengen: Bode Miller, Head confident in binding

By Pete Rugh

Bode Miller wants to finish his next race with both skis.     His right ski popped off at a race last week, but the American won’t change his bindings for Sunday’s World Cup slalom.

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Huntsman Cup: Victor captures overall title

By Pete Rugh

Paralympic gold medalist and Park City local Stephani Victor captured the overall title for the 20th annual Huntsman Cup on Sunday with a slalom win over teammate Laurie Stephens (sit-ski). It was her second win in two days and third podium on a weekend where U.S. skiers combined for 24 podium finishes.

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Huntsman Cup: Devlin-Young, Victor top podium

By Pete Rugh

The U.S. Disabled Alpine Team capitalized on another day of great conditions at Park City to take home eight more podium finishes in the second of two giant slaloms at the 20th annual Huntsman Cup.

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France's Tissot lost for season with broken leg

By Pete Rugh

French slalom racer Stephane Tissot will miss the rest of the World Cup season after fracturing his left leg on Saturday, the French team said. He has already undergone an operation on the double tibia fracture and a full medical report is expected in the coming days.

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Val d'Isere to host three WC alpine races next week

By Pete Rugh

The French resort of Val d'Isere will host two World Cup women's downhill races and one slalom next week, the International Ski Federation announced on Wednesday.

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Albrecht a step closer to racing for Bulgaria

By Pete Rugh

Austrian slalom skier Kilian Albrecht has taken Bulgarian citizenship to compete for the Balkan country in the World Cup and the 2007 World Championships, the Bulgarian ski federation said Saturday.

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