Bode Miller remains sidelined by knee injury as Ted Ligety battles for World Cup GS title

Maybe it was the poor conditions on the course Sunday (Feb. 26) at Crans Montana or maybe Bode Miller knee still hasn’t recovered from arthroscopic surgery last week. In any event, Miller left it to teammate Ted Ligety to lead the American team in a World Cup GS race.

Ligety could only manage a ninth-place finish, leaving him with an uphill battle to defend his  GS title. Read more.

FEB. 24: This  might explain Bode Miller’s dim view of the downhill course at Sochi: The skier injured a knee while racing at the 2014 Winter Olympics site two weeks ago. After skipping a race last weekend, he had “minor” surgery in Vail on Monday and could be back on the circuit as soon as this weekend. Read more.

No such problem for Didier Cuche, who just might be reconsidering his recent announcement to retire at season’s end. The Swiss star gave his home country fans a final victory in a World Cup super-G race Friday at Crans-Montagna. Read more.

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