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COMPLETE COVERAGE: ASPEN WOMEN’S WORLD CUPThe women’s World Cup tour visited Aspen, Colorado, from Dec. 9-11. Ski Racing was there as Anja Paerson returned to form, Maria Jose Rienda Contreras trumped all comers and Nadia Styger left the Austrians eating dust. See below for all the gritty details as the women made their final stop in North America before crossing the pond to Europe.

Aspen: Anja Paerson stages dramatic rally to win slalom ahead of Janica Kostelic

Aspen: Rienda Contreras powers to victory in GS

Aspen: Sweden’s Paerson glad to leave buzzard’s luck in Lake Louise

Aspen: Independent American Mielke on the hunt for World Cup points

Aspen: German star Maria Riesch goes down with another injury

Aspen: Swtitzerland’s Nadia Styger surprise winner in super G

Aspen: American Kirsten Clark back from injury (again)

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