Ten events. Two medals. Not exactly a glowing showing by U.S. skiers who were hoping for a record medal haul on their own slopes. Bode Miller's two silvers don't cover up yet another disappointing Olympic performance by the American Alpine team, which, besides Miller, didn't have a skier finish in the top seven of any event. The Americans still trail the rest of the world on the slopes, writes Jim Caple.
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• Miller's medals: Giant slalom silver | Combined silver
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Caple: A wonderful day on the mountain
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Cruz: Finally a bride
Stephan Eberharter has always been one step down on the podium, but he got his gold now.
Cruz: Kostelic thought she was slow
Janica Kostelic had a knack for predicting the medalists in the Super G -- except herself.
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They came to see Picabo Street, women's skiing's largest crowd, and saw Carole Montillet streak by.
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