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Top Ten Men's Alpine Ski Racers

Top Ten Men's Alpine Ski Racers to Date

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 Here are profiles and FIS 2010 results of the Top Ten Men in FIS World Cup Alpine Skiing overall rankings to date.

1. Benjamin Raich (Austria)

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Benjamin Raich won gold in the 2006 Torino Olympics Slalom and Giant Slalom races. He also medaled in 7 of his 17 World Ski Championship races.
2010 Season Races to Date

2. Carlo Janka (Switzerland)

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Carlo Janka won the gold in Giant Slalom and the bronze medal in Downhill at the 2009 World Championship at Val d'Isere, France.
2010 Season Races to Date

3. Didier Cuche (Switzerland)

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Didier Cuche has won a World Cup Event title in each of the last three seasons - 08/09 - Giant Slalom, 07-08 - Downhill, 06-07 - Downhill. Didier finished third in the World Cup overall standings for the last three seasons.
2010 Season Races to Date

4. Marcel Hirscher (Austria)

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Marcel Hirscher has 6 podium finishes in 42 World Cup starts but none were in his home country of Austria.
2010 Season Races to Date

5. Aksel Lund Svindal (Norway)

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Aksel won the 2009 World Cup Overall Championship by a mere 2 points over Austrian Benjamin Raich.
2010 Season Races to Date

6. Ivica Kostelic (Croatia)

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In the 2002 season Ivica Kostelic was the World Cup slalom champion. He is the brother of Janica Kostelic - 4 time Olympic Gold Medalist, 5 time World Champion and 2 time Overall FIS World Cup Winner. .
2010 Season Races to Date

7. Ted Ligety (USA)

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In the 2006 Torino Olympics Ted won the gold medal in the Combined. He was the 2008 World Cup overall Giant Slalom Champion.
2010 Season Races to Date

8. Silvan Zurbriggen (Switzerland)

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Silvan Zurbriggen is currently the reigning Super Combined Champion of Switzerland..
2010 Season Races to Date

9. Julien Lizeroux (France)

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At the the 2009 World Championships at Val d'Isere, France, Julien Lizeroux was Silver medal winner in both Slalom and Super Combined.
2010 Season Races to Date

10. Reinfried Herbst (Austria)

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Reinfried's only start in an Olympic event netted him a silver medal in the slalom at the 2006 Torino Games.
2010 Season Races to Date

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