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Unfancied Swiss Sandro Viletta stunned the favorites to win the Alpine skiing men's super combined Olympic gold medal Friday.The 28-year-old was 1.64 seconds behind after the morning's downhill run but produced a superb slalom leg to edge out Croatian veteran Ivica Kostelic, who had to settle for Olympic silver for the fourth time in his career. Viletta, 28, became the first Swiss to win the super combined title at an Olympic Games. Slalom specialist Kostelic was 0.34 seconds behind with Italy's Christof Innerhofer 0.47 seconds back in the bronze medal position. Miller, looking to emulate his gold in the super combined in Vancouver, finished sixth after crucial mistakes in both the downhill run and the punishing slalom course.
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