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Associated Press, Published February 19 2010

Norway skier denies American Bode Miller a gold medal

WHISTLER, British Columbia – Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway won the men’s super-G title today, denying Bode Miller his first Olympic gold medal.

Svindal won in 1 minute, 30.34 seconds on a tough, icy course.

Miller was second, trailing by 0.28 seconds, and Andrew Weibrecht of the United States was 0.31 behind Svindal in third.

Svindal took silver in the downhill on Monday, edging Miller into the bronze medal slot.

Miller’s fourth career Olympic medal makes him the most decorated American Alpine skier in history.