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Mikaela Shiffrin and Ted Ligety Claim Crystal Globes

Just days after celebrating her 19th birthday, Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin hoisted her second FIS Alpine World Cup Crystal Globe on Saturday. She won the slalom season finale by a dominant 1.44-second margin. 149 more words

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Marcel Hirscher adds slalom globe to World Cup overall title

Austrian Marcel Hirscher won the World Cup Finals slalom and with it the 2013-14 discipline title in the last race of the season Sunday.

Hirscher came into the finale with a five-point lead on German  462 more words

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REVIEW: Hirscher completes Overall World Cup hat-trick

ALPINE SKIING – Marcel Hirscher has secured the Overall World Cup in men’s alpine skiing for the third successive year. Hirscher is the first skier in 31 years to complete the threepeat and just the fourth male skier to record that feat. 23 more words

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Ted Ligety wins giant slalom season title in dramatic fashion (video)

Ted Ligety won the World Cup giant slalom season title by .01 of a second and a points tiebreaker in one of the tightest title races in Alpine skiing history Saturday. 418 more words

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FIS Alpine World Cup Finals

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Four more discipline Crystal Globes will be awarded at the FIS Alpine World Cup Finals in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.

American Mikaela Shiffrin will race for her second straight FIS Alpine World Cup slalom title on Saturday at 11 AM ET. 133 more words

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Bode Miller makes podium at World Cup Finals; Svindal concedes overall title

Bode Miller finished third in the World Cup Finals super-G, while overall leader Aksel Lund Svindal was a disappointing 16th and conceded he will fall from the top of the standings over the final two races. 600 more words

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Ted Ligety stuns in World Cup Finals downhill; new overall leader

Olympic giant slalom champion Ted Ligety posted his first career World Cup downhill podium at the opening race of the World Cup Finals in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, on Wednesday. 446 more words

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