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Women's World Cup Results From Sestriere, Italy

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Sestriere, Italy, Dec. 13 (AP)–Results Sunday of a women’s World Cup slalom ski race (runs times in parentheses):

1. Janica Kostelic, Croatia, 1:39.36 (47.08-52.28).

2. Anja Paerson, Sweden, 1:40.48 (47.76-52.72).

3. Christel Saioni, France, 1:41.44 (47.86-53.58).

4. Trine Bakke, Norway, 1:42.00 (47.86-54.14).

5. Helene Richard, France, 1:42.08 (49.39-52.69).

6. Sabine Egger, Austria, 1:42.17 (48.45-53.72).

7. Claudia Riegler, New Zealand, 1:42.37 (49.62-52.75).

8. Kristina Koznick, Burnsville, Minn., 1:42.50 (48.29-54.21).

9. Vanessa Vidal, France, 1:42.65 (49.25-53.40).

10. Spela Pretnar, Slovenia, 1:42.90 (48.62-54.28).

11. Denise Karbon, Italy, 1:43.14 (49.02-54.12).

12. Natasa Bokal, Slovenia, 1:43.16 (48.84-54.32).

13. Alenka Dovzan, Slovenia, 1:43.17 (49.74-53.43).

14. Elisabetta Biavaschi, Italy, 1:43.22 (49.30-53.92).

15. Anna Ottosson, Sweden, 1:43.32 (49.48-53.84).

16. Laure Pequegnot, France, 1:43.33 (49.56-53.77).

17. Barbara Milani, Italy, 1:43.43 (49.31-54.12).

18. Karin Koellerer, Austria, 1:43.52 (49.30-54.22).

19. Leila Piccard, France, 1:43.73 (49.17-54.56).

20. Sarah Schleper, Vail, Colo., 1:43.77 (49.39-54.38).

21. Urska Hrovat, Slovenia, 1:43.82 (49.10-54.72).

22. Monika Bergmann, Germany, 1:44.46 (49.69-54.77).

23. Andrine Flemmen, Norway, 1:44.48 (49.41-55.07).

(tie) Janette Hargin, Sweden, 1:44.48 (49.67-54.81).

25. Zali Steggall, Australia, 1:44.60 (49.16-55.44).

26. Nicole Gius, Italy, 1:44.91 (49.69-55.22).

27. Lara Magoni, Italy, 1:45.13 (49.40-56.73).

Sonja Nef, Switzerland; Renate Goetschl, Austria; Stephanie Clement-Guy, France, did not finish second run.

Noriyo Hiroi, Japan; Allison Forsyth and Emily Brydon, Canada; Pernilla Wiberg, Sweden; Anita Wachter, Austria; Hilde Gerg, Germany, did not qualify for second run.

Linda Ydeskog, Sweden; Henna Raita, Finland; Annemarie Gerg and Maren Guenter, Germany, did not finish first run.

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Overall World Cup Standings

(After 10 events)

1. Janica Kostelic, Croatia, 420 points.

2. Michaele Dorfmeister, Austria, 342.

3. Isolde Kostner, Italy, 319.

4. Renate Goetschl, Austria, 287.

5. Regine Cavagnoud, France, 280.

6. Hilde Gerg, Germany, 256.

7. Anja Paerson, Sweden, 246.

8. Sonja Nef, Switzerland, 222.

9. Mojca Suhadolc, Slovenia, 221.

10. Anita Wachter, Austria, 203.

11. Christel Saioni, France, 196.

12. Pernilla Wiberg, Sweden, 192.

13. Silvia Berger, Austria, 191.

14. Trine Bakke, Norway, 190.

15. Anna Ottosson, Sweden, 164.

Also

22. Allison Forsyth, Canada, 121.

28. Melanie Torgeon, Canada, 83.

31. Kristina Koznick, Burnsville, Minn., 74.

43. Sarah Schleper, Vail, Colo., 49.

70. Emily Brydon, Canada, 16.

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World Cup Slalom Standings

(After three races)

1. Janica Kostelic, Croatia, 250 points.

2. Christel Saioni, France, 196.

3. Trine Bakke, Norway, 190.

4. Anja Paerson, Sweden, 154.

5. Spela Pretnar, Slovenia, 126.

6. Sabine Egger, Austria, 122.

7. Helene Richrd, France, 94.

8. Renate Goetschl, Austria, 85.

9. Vanessa Vidal, France, 73.

10. Laure Pequegnot, France, 70.

11. Pernilla Wiberg, Sweden, 69.

12. Claudia Riegler, New Zealand, 62.

13. Karin Koellerer, Austria, 53.

14. Alenka Dovzan, Slovenia, 52.

15. Kristina Koznick, Burnsville, Minn., 50.

Also

22. Allison Forsyth, Canada, 25.

28. Sarah Schleper, Vail, Colo., 22.