Ted Ligety, Bode Miller finish 1-2
BEAVER CREEK, Colo. -- Ted Ligety leaned over his skis as far as gravity would allow, trying to get across the finish line just a little quicker.
In this race, that was hardly necessary.
Soon, it might make a big difference. After all, there's now another competitor for him to worry about, one he knows quite well, too: Bode Miller.
Sure, Ligety remains the king of the giant slalom, winning his fourth straight World Cup race in that discipline Sunday, but Miller is catching ...
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