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World Cup: US and Kildow on top of the world

 Poster: A snowHead
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A frustrated Chemmy Alcott is just outside the points again, as American Kildow takes first place in the Lake Louise women's downhill, the first of three events this weekend at the Canadian resort. Conditions worsened as the race progressed, hampering the top skiers with later start numbers.

British skier Chemmy Alcott, who made such a promising start to last season, has another chance to achieve that elusive first top 30 finish of the season in the second downhill at Lake Louise today, with the super G scheduled for Sunday.

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