Ted Ligety wins super-G worlds
SCHLADMING, Austria -- With Lindsey Vonn injured and Bode Miller already out for the season, it's Ted Ligety's turn to lead the U.S. ski team.
A day after Vonn's season-ending crash at the world championships, Ligety showed off his rapidly improving speed skills to win the first super-G of his career in the marquee event of the season.
The timing was not lost on the Park City, Utah, native.
"It's definitely (tough) losing those teammates that have been so good over so many years ...
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