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    Skiers watch competitors during the U.S. Alpine Championships at Sugarloaf on Wednesday. From left are Mikaela Tommy, Valerie Grenier and Candace Crawford.

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    Skier Stacey Cook is all smiles after competing in the U.S. Alpine Championships on Wednesday at Sugarloaf Mountain. Cook placed eighth in the Super G competition.

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    Andrew Weibrecht races toward the finish line of a Super G run Wednesday at the U.S. Alpine Championships on Wednesday at Sugarloaf.

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    Former Carrabassett Valley Academy student Sam Morse races in the Super G competition Wednesday at Sugarloaf Mountain in the U.S. Alpine Championships. Morse finished 26th.

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    A crowd of onlookers watch the Super G races at the U.S. Alpine Championships on Wednesday at Sugarloaf Mountain.

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    Skier Heidi Livran competes during the first day of U.S. Alpine Championships at Sugarloaf on Wednesday. Livran, a Colorado native, made the first run of the Super G competition.

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    Alice McKennis, of Glenwood Springs, Colo., reacts after winning the women’s super-G race at the U.S. Alpine Championships on Wednesday at Sugarloaf Mountain.

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    Alice McKennis, of Glenwood Springs, Colo., catches some air on her run during the women’s super-G race Wednesday at the U.S. Alpine Championships at Sugarloaf Mountaim. McKennis won the race.

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    Drew Duffy of Warren, Vt., reacts with surprise in the finish area after realizing he won the men’s super-G ski race at the U.S. Alpine Championships on Wednesday at Sugarloaf Mountain.

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    Drew Duffy, of Warren, Vermont, catches some air on his run during the men’s super-G race at the U.S. Alpine Championships on Wednesday at Sugarloaf Mountain. Duffy won the race, beating U.S. Ski Team Olympians Steve Nyman, who finished second, and Travis Ganong, who finished third.

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