SLC97112001-20 NOVEMBER 1997 - PARK CITY, UTAH, USA: Hermann Maier of Austria shows the form that won him the World Cup Giant Slalom event at Park City Mountain Resort's Eagle Race Arena November 20. Maier's time of 2:43.99 was 1.7 seconds better than Norway's Kjetil Andre Aamodt's time of 2:45.79. Third place went to Canada's Thomas Grandi with a time of 2:46.31. UPI mm/Michael J. Miller
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American Ted Ligety turned in a blistering first run Sunday and cruised to victory in the World Cup men's giant slalom at Alta Badia, Italy.
Mikela Kirchgasser of Austria won Saturday's women's slalom at the FIS World Cup championships, and American Lindsey Vonn set a single-season points record.
Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg won the women's final super-giant slalom race Thursday but American Lindsey Vonn wrapped up the season championship.
American skier Lindsey Vonn collected her record 12th World Cup race victory and fifth downhill win of the season Wednesday in Austria.
Austrian Hermann Maier, a four-time world champion who won two Olympic gold medals in 1998, Tuesday announced his retirement from competitive skiing.
Austria's Hermann Maier won the super-G at Lake Louise, Alberta, Sunday, his 54th World Cup victory.
Marco Buechel of Liechtenstein skied to a World Cup super-G victory in Austria Friday on a course that was shortened because of fog and high winds.
Norwegian Aksel Lund Svindal topped Austrian Hermann Maier by 0.09 of a second to win the World Cup Super-G season title at Are, Sweden.
Benjamin Raich, who is set to win the first overall World Cup title of his career, won his first Olympic gold medal Monday in the giant slalom.
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