MEN'S WORLD CUP ALPINE SKI DOWNHILL TRAINING
Austria's Michael Walchhofer looks at his time after the first men's World Cup alpine downhill training run in Beaver Creek, Colorado on November 29, 2006. Walchhofer finished in first place. (UPI Photo/Gary C. Caskey)
Swiss veteran Didier Cuche won the season title in the men's downhill Wednesday at the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup Finals in Switzerland.
Switzerland's Beat Feuz won the men's downhill in Norway Friday for the first Alpine World Cup win of his career.
France's Adrien Theaux turned in the fastest time in Friday's training run for the men's downhill at the Alpine World Ski Championships in Germany.
Austria's Klaus Kroell flew to a narrow win over Switzerland's Didier Cuche in Saturday's men's Lauberhorn downhill at Wengen, Switzerland.
Austria's Michael Walchhofer moved into first place in the overall World Cup standings Friday with a win in the men's super-giant slalom at Val Gardena, Italy.
Canada's Manuel Osborne-Paradis raced to a World Cup super-G win Sunday, edging Austria's Benjamin Raich at Lake Louise, British Columbia.
Christof Innerhofer placed first and defending World Cup overall champion Bode Miller rallied to reach fourth place Sunday in a downhill race at Bormio, Italy.
A wave of mishaps, one of which struck superstar Bode Miller, left American Ted Ligety with the alpine combined Olympic gold medal Tuesday.
Antoine Deneriaz of France overcame a poor starting position Sunday to record an Olympic downhill victory that was as surprising as it was one-sided.
Antoine Deneriaz of France became the surprise Olympic gold medal winner in the men's downhill Sunday. Michael Walchhofer of Austria earned the silver and Bruno Kernen of Switzerland took the bronze. Americans Bode Miller and Daron Rahlves finished fifth
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