SQUAW VALLEY, Calif. (AP) - World champion Mikaela Shiffrin straddled a gate in the final run, handing the slalom title to Canadian Ana Goodman on Sunday in the U.S. Alpine Championship.
The 18-year-old Shiffrin, from Vail, Colo., had a 1.22-second lead after the opening run, but straddled the gate in the tight middle section in the second run.
Goodman, a student at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, had the fastest second run. She recently won the NorAm slalom title.
Resi Stiegler of Jackson Hole, Wyo., was second, and Norway's Tonje Sekse, also a Westminster student, finished third.
Katie Hartman of Breckenridge, Colo., won the combined title with the fastest total time from the super G and slalom. Lila Lapanja of Incline Village, Nev., was second, followed by Paula Moltzan of Lakeville, Minn.
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