FIS considers rule change
SCHLADMING, Austria -- The International ski federation is considering a rule change for dealing with delayed races following the disputed women's super-G on the opening day of the world championships.
Thick fog forced organizers to repeatedly postpone the Feb. 5 event. The race finally began at 2:30 p.m. after a delay of 3½ hours but had to be called off after 36 starters because of darkness and new clouds of fog moving in.
The results of the race stood because the first 30 ...
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