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COMPLETE COVERAGE: WENGEN MEN’S WORLD CUPThe 76th annual Lauberhorn races, which center around the longest and quirkiest downhill in the world, took place Jan. 13-15 at the small Swiss village of Wengen. The winners of each race were exactly the three men that a cautious gambler would have put money on: Benni Raich in the super combined, Daron Rahlves in the downhill and Giorgio Rocca in the slalom. Skiracing.com was on the scene all week, providing complete coverage to complement our magazine’s feature stories. See below for subscription info.

Jan. 15: Giorgio Rocca wins Wengen slalom

Jan. 14: Bruno Kernen fans lament Swiss miss in downhill

Jan. 14: Daron Rahlves wins 76th annual Lauberhorn downhill

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Jan. 13: Bode Miller misses bib draw

Jan. 13: Friday the 13th: The midpoint of the season, with the Lauberhorn in the balance

Jan. 13: Benni Raich wins super combined after Bode Miller gets DQ

Jan. 12: Erik Guay of Canada wins second training run

Jan. 11: Fritz Strobl of Austria wins first training run

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