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COMPLETE COVERAGE: SOELDEN WORLD CUP OPENING 2005The alpine World Cup season begins with a pair of giant slaloms on the weekend of Oct. 22-23 on the Rettenbach glacier, high above Soelden, Austria. Women race Saturday, with men following on Sunday. Skiracing.com has writers and photographers on the scene providing daily photos and reports here. Click here for live timing. Make sure to check in at this page throughout the weekend for complete coverage.

Oct. 23: Maier, Maze set pace on the road to Are

Oct. 23: Focused Bode Miller: I’m happy to be healthy

Oct. 23: Maier passes Tomba with Soelden GS triumph

Oct. 23: BEHIND-THE-SCENES NOTEBOOK: 52 pickup for the Herminator

Oct. 22: Maze savors GS victory to kick off the tour

Oct. 22: BEHIND-THE-SCENES NOTEBOOK: Soelden women’s giant slalom

Oct. 22: Soelden, Austria…An early season tradition

Oct. 22: A conversation with Anja Paerson at the start of the new season

Oct. 21: Stiegler questionable as women draw start positions

Oct. 21: Gian Franco Kasper blasts Miller’s doping comments

Oct. 21: Chelone Miller recovering from brain injury

Oct. 21: Hans Knauss, with new American lawyer, to analyze Soelden for Austrian television

Oct. 21: Bode Miller will compete in Olympics, and favors doping-law liberalization

Oct. 20: Lindsey Kildow to race “almost everything” this year

Oct. 20: Bode Miller to start 115th consecutive World Cup; ambiguity about the streak

Oct. 19: American starters train in “the Icebox”

Oct. 14: Americans select teams, Lalive injured

Oct. 13: American team set to conduct internal qualification race

Sept. 7: Ski racers killed in gondola accident at Soelden

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