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More results from Wengen

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Jean-Baptiste Grange (France) completed a rare double today, winning the men's World Cup slalom on the classic Lauberhorn course in Wengen, having won the Super-combined yesterday. His combined time was 1:34.81. Grange is the first skier since Jean-Claude Killy in 1967 to win both events in Wengen.
...Jens Byggmark (Sweden) came 2nd in 1:35.61 and Ted Ligety (US) 3rd in 1:35.70.

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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Any body hear Bode Miller let slip on Eurosport's coverage just before his second run? On being told about a delay for a pole to be reset, he replied colourfuly that he didn't care and that he'd jump over the said pole!
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