September 1, 2014
SQUAW VALLEY, Calif. (AP) - Laurenne Ross won super G on Friday in the U.S. Alpine Championships, beating Stacey Cook by 0.01 seconds for her first national title.
Defending champion Julia Mancuso was third, 0.08 seconds behind Ross.
The race served as the first half of the combined event, pairing the fastest times from super G and slalom.
In the men's race, Squaw Valley star Travis Ganong won by 0.20 seconds on his home course.
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