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It's Not All Downhill
TIM LAYDEN
December 13, 2004
By winning the downhill and Super G at Lake Louise, Alberta, on Thanksgiving weekend, Bode Miller became only the fifth skier ever to win World Cup races in all five disciplines. Here are the Fab Five with their win totals in each event.
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December 13, 2004

It's Not All Downhill

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By winning the downhill and Super G at Lake Louise, Alberta, on Thanksgiving weekend, Bode Miller became only the fifth skier ever to win World Cup races in all five disciplines. Here are the Fab Five with their win totals in each event.

KJETIL-ANDR´┐Ż AAMODT NORWAY YEAR ACHIEVED: 2000
CAREER VICTORIES: slalom (1), giant slalom (6), Super G (5), downhill (1), combined (8)
Still active at 33, he also has seven Olympic medals, including three golds

MARC GIRARDELLI LUXEMBOURG YEAR ACHIEVED: 1989
CAREER VICTORIES: slalom (16), giant slalom (7), Super G (9), downhill (3), combined (11)
His 46 wins are tops in this group; the only man to win every discipline in one season

GUNTHER MADER AUSTRIA YEAR ACHIEVED: 1996
CAREER VICTORIES: slalom (1), giant slalom (2), Super G (6), downhill (1), combined (4)
Countryman Hermann Maier has 33 more wins than Mader's 14, but none in slalom

PIRMIN ZURBRIGGEN SWITZERLAND YEAR ACHIEVED: 1985
CAREER VICTORIES: slalom (2), giant slalom (7), Super G (10), downhill (10), combined (11)
The only skier among the five who has more downhill victories than slalom wins

BODE MILLER U.S. YEAR ACHIEVED: 2004
CAREER VICTORIES: slalom (4), giant slalom (7), Super G (1), downhill (2), combined (2)
With 16 victories, he needs 12 more to surpass Phil Mahre as the alltime U.S. leader

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