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2015-01-05 2 US ski team prospects killed in avalanche Rettenbach, Soelden, Austria
2. 2014-02-15 Anna Fenninger takes the women's Super G title KRASNAYA POLYANA, Sochi
3. 2014-02-09 Matthias Mayer wins skiing's blue riband for Austria KRASNAYA POLYANA, Sochi
4. 2010-02-22 Giant leap gives Austrians ski jump gold Whistler, Vancouver
F. 2010-01-10 Vonn completes World Cup hat-trick Haus Im Ennstal, Austria
G. 2009-10-24 Poutiainen wins World Cup opener Soelden, Austria
H. 2007-12-15 Walchhofer streaks to downhill win Val Gardena, Northern Italy
I. 2007-10-28 Svindal snatches win in first race Austria

Anna Fenninger takes the women's Super G title Map of KRASNAYA POLYANA Russia
  2 US ski team prospects killed in avalanche Map of Rettenbach Soelden Austria

year 2015 Top ^

  An avalanche struck the Alps slopes where 2 of America's brightest young ski prospects were training for an international competition

year 2014 Top ^

  Sochi: Anna Fenninger became the third straight Austrian woman to win the Olympic super-G, finding a smooth way through a tricky and uneven course Saturday

  Sochi: Austria's Matthias Mayer scored an upset victory in the blue riband men's downhill while hosts Russia claimed its first gold of the Winter Games

year 2010 Top ^

Feb.22 Giant leap gives Austrians ski jump gold
Map of Whistler Canada  Vancouver: A giant leap from Gregor Schlierenzauer gave Austria a sensational gold medal in the men's team ski jumping competition Feb.20 Fischbacher wins super-G gold  Vancouver: Andrea Fischbacher denied downhill champion Lindsey Vonn a double in women's alpine skiing speed events when she claimed a victory in the super-G Jan.10 Vonn completes World Cup hat-trick Map of Haus Im Ennstal Austria  Lindsey Vonn completed a hat-trick of World Cup victories in the space of three days as she claimed Sunday's super-G in fine style

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.24 Poutiainen wins World Cup opener
Map of Soelden Austria  Finland's Tanja Poutiainen beat Kathrin Zettel of Austria by the slenderest of margins to win the opening race of skiing's season

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.15   Walchhofer streaks to downhill win
Map of Val Gardena Italy  Northern Italy: Michael Walchhofer raced to his 2nd downhill victory of the season when he won the World Cup event at Val Gardena Oct.28 Svindal snatches win in first race  Aksel Lund Svindal began defense of his World Cup overall with a victory at the season-opening race on the Rettenbach glacie Jul.4 Salzburg Loses Bid for Winter Olympics    Guatemala: The Austrian city of Salzburg was eliminated in the first round of voting for the 2014, setting up a final-round contest between Sochi and P... Apr.25 Drugs: IOC bans Austrians for life  Beijing: Olympic chiefs are banning for life 6 Winter Olympians for possession of doping equipment and collaboration Mar.18 Hosp is women's World Cup champion
   Switzerland: Nicole Hosp rubber-stamped a season of Austrian domination on when she clinched the overall and giant slalom crowns
Jan.28 Byggmark completes surprise double  Jens Byggmark is winning his second career World Cup race just 24 hours after celebrating his first victory

year 2006 Top ^

Dec.29 Walchhofer claims downhill double  Italy: The Austrian won his second World Cup downhill in 2 days with a convincing victory on Bormio's icy Stelvio course Mar.17 Raich rounds off triumphant season   Sweden: Benjamin Raich is adding the giant slalom World Cup title to his overall crown with a victory in final season race Mar.11 Raich wins overall World Cup title   Japan: Double Olympic champion secured his first overall World Cup title when he finished fourth in a slalom Feb.25 Raich leads Austrian clean sweep  Northern Italy: Austrian took the gold ahead of his compatriots Herbst and Schoenfelder in men's slalom at the Olympic Game Feb.21 Gottwald collects his second gold  Italy: Austria's Felix Gottwald climbed to the top of the medals table when he won his 2nd gold in Nordic combined Feb.20 Austrian Raich claims golden glory  Northern Italy: Benjamin Raich grabbed the gold medal at the Winter Olympics with a second run to win the men's giant slalom Feb.15 Dorfmeister realizes final dream  Northern Italy: 32-year-old Michaela claimed Olympic gold in the women's Alpine skiing downhill in San Sicario Jan.28 Austrians celebrate triple triumph  Italy: Maier takes Garmisch downhill win. Goetschl took the Cortina downhill. Dorfmeister secured the overall downhill title

year 2005 Top ^

Oct.23 Maier claims another historic win  Hermann Maier became the first man to win the season's opening race 4 times

year 2003 Top ^

Feb.28 Goetschl wins World Cup Super G
Jan.27 Maier crowns super-G victory

year 2002 Top ^

Mar.7 Eberharter gets Super-G title

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.29 Strobl leads another Austrian sweep
  Italy: Fritz Strobl leading 3 teammates in a 1-2-3-4 finish in downhill

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