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Skiers Maze, Gisin Tie for Gold in Women's Olympic Downhill

Slovenia's Tina Maze and Switzerland's Dominique Gisin have become the first alpine skiers in Olympic history to tie for a gold medal.They each completed the women's downhill Wednesday in one minute and 41.57 seconds.Switzerland's Lara Gut nearly joined the two women, finishing just one-tenth of a second behind.There have been three ties for silver medals in skiing, the last coming in 1998.Also Wednesday, American speed skater Shani Davis is trying to win his third-straight...

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