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WINTER WONDERS
BRIAN CAZENEUVE
February 13, 2012
Two years after the 2010 Games, three U.S. women skiers who shined in Vancouver are dominating their respective World Cup circuits this year
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February 13, 2012

Winter Wonders

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Two years after the 2010 Games, three U.S. women skiers who shined in Vancouver are dominating their respective World Cup circuits this year

Hannah Kearney

MOGULS

With two victories in Deer Valley, Utah, last week, the reigning Olympic champion extended her winning streak to a record 14 consecutive World Cup competitions.

Lindsey Vonn

ALPINE SKIING

Vonn's on-edge win on a downhill course in Garmisch, Germany, last Saturday was her 50th career World Cup win and increased her lead in this season's standings to 482 points.

Kikkan Randall

CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING

With five podium finishes and 499 sprint points, Randall holds a 109-point lead in the World Cup sprint standings.

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