Miller's World Cup lead cut to 31 points
KRANJSKA GORA, Slovenia -- Italy's Giorgio Rocca won the penultimate men's slalom of the Alpine ski World Cup season on Sunday after Finn Kalle Palander threw away his first-leg lead.
Third place was enough to give Benjamin Raich the slalom World Cup when his closest rival, fellow Austrian Manfred Pranger, could manage only 14th.
Overall World Cup leader Bode Miller failed to finish. The
American, who skied out of Saturday's giant slalom here,
straddled a gate on the second run, allowing ...
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