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Maria Hoefl-Riesch ruled out for rest of season
Austria's Anna Fenninger speeds down the course on her way to take sixth place in a women's alpine skiing downhill at the World Cup finals in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, Wednesday, March 12, 2013.
Mayer wins downhill, Svindal takes overall lead
Mayer earned his first career World Cup win in 1 minute, 29.99 seconds, 0.11 faster than both Christof Innerhofer of Italy and Ted Ligety of the United States, who tied for second.
Fenninger puts men in shade in World Cup warm-up
Austrian Anna Fenninger clocked the 16th fastest time of the women's and men's fields combined in World Cup downhill training on Tuesday.
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The Peer Review
The difference between gold and silver in Olympic Alpine Skiing is less time than Italian silver medalist Christof Innerhofer spent imagining the sweet glory of gold before it was swept out from under his skis.
US News & World Report
Day in Photos | Feb. 14, 2014
Switzerland's gold medalist Sandro Viletta, left, applauds as Italy's silver medalist Christof Innerhofer, No.
Winter Olympics Roundup: Miller misses another medal chance; more
Viletta took advantage of a blistering slalom run to beat the favored Kostelic in Friday's super-combined, a race held in spring-like conditions with snow turning to slush.
The Baltimore Sun
Day 9 of the Winter Olympics | PICTURES
Meredith Vieira will fill in for Bob Costas tonight, Dario Cologna of Switzerland won the men's 15K classical race for his second gold medal of the Sochi Games, Sandro Viletta of Switzerland win's Olympic gold medal in men's super-combined alpine skiing and more.
Viletta stuns favorites to win gold in super-combi
Sandro Viletta of Switzerland stunned the favorites and won the Olympic super-combined title Friday in a spring-like race.