USA quiet in slalom, but finishes with five medals

15th February, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

BEAVER CREEK — Three days in a row? Nope.After gold medals on consecutive days at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Beaver Creek, the U.S. Ski Team was hard-pressed for more during Sunday’s men’s slalom. Ted Ligety, who brought the house down with a gold medal in the men’s giant slalom on Friday, was the red, white and blue’s top finisher in 21st, followed by Tim Kelley in 23rd. David Chodounsky and Will Brandenburg were first-run DNFs.“My run was pretty bad. I skied horribly,” Ligety said after he was done, echoing comments of his morning run. “Going right after …

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