Miller, Ligety fail to finish slalom
BEAVER CREEK, Colo. -- On pace to be the leader, Bode Miller stumbled and went sprawling into the snow.
In the midst of a fast run, Ted Ligety straddled a gate and was knocked off course.
Like that, a seemingly good day for the Americans turned sour.
Instead, it was the Swiss who stole the show as Carlo Janka won a World Cup super combined event Friday, with countryman Didier Defago taking second.
Janka had a total time of 2 minutes, 32.26 seconds for the downhill and slalom ...
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