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COMPLETE COVERAGE: LAKE LOUISE WOMEN’S WORLD CUPThe first speed events of the 2005-06 women’s season will be held this week at Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, with downhill races on Friday and Saturday and a super G Sunday. Check here all week for links to on-site reporting and photography from Ski Racing magazine.

Dec. 4: Lake Louise: Austrians sweep super G; U.S. lands 5 in top 15

Dec. 4: Q&A with U.S. Ski Teamer Julia Mancuso

Dec. 4: Putting Dec. 2-3, 2005, in U.S. ski racing history

Dec. 3: Motivated Kildow tears up bottom half for downhill win

Dec. 2: Elena Fanchini wins first Lake Louise DH; three Americans in the top eight

Dec. 2: Lake Louise: American Kirsten Clark on the mend

Dec. 2: Last one out Ludlow focused on proving her worth at Lake Louise

Dec. 1: Lake Louise: Fanchini tops in final training run

Dec. 1: Dorfmeister hot as she heads into final racing season

Nov. 30: Lake Louise 2nd training run: Dorfmeister edges Berthod

Nov. 29: Lake Louise 1st training run: Gisl, Swiss women strong

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