AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card Maier wins, Miller flubs: Two-time Olympic champion Hermann Maierwon a super-G on the famed Hahnenkamm course at Kitzbuehel, Austria, defending his title from last year and getting his second victory of the season. Reigning World Cup champion Bode Miller flew off course early – another in a series of poor results for the American. Miller, the reigning overall and super-G champion, went off course on a tricky turn in the top section and was forced to give up on a track that favored his risky style with no jumps until the end. Dorfmeister wins: Austria’s Michaela Dorfmeister won a women’s World Cup super-G race at St. Moritz, Switzerland. Tina Maze of Slovenia was second, while Nicole Hosp of Austria was third. Americans Lindsey Kildow and Julia Mancuso both went out on a turn after the second split. Both women took a left turn too wide on a steep pitch. Mancuso was leading at the time, while Kildow was only slightly off the pace. Also: An arbitrator is expected to rule Monday on whether the U.S. Bobsled and Skeleton Federation was justified in suspending coach Tim Nardiello, who was accused of sexually harassing two members of his team. … Olympic-bound American Michelle Roark won her second straight World Cup freestyle contest and Australian Dale Begg-Smith padded his World Cup lead as he won the men’s event at Wilmington, N.Y. … Ricco Gross of Germany beat Norway’s Halvard Hanevold and Frode Andresen to win the men’s 12.5-kilometer pursuit race at a World Cup biathlon meet at Anterselva, Italy. … Nicola Rodigari of Italy won the men’s 1,500-meter race and Evgenia Radanova of Bulgaria won the women’s 1,500 at the European short track speedskating championships at Krynica Zdroj, Poland. … Jan Michaelis of Germany and Paulina Ligocka of Poland won snowboard World Cup halfpipe events at Leysin, Switzerland. … Maya Pedersen of Switzerland won her third World Cup skeleton event of the season at St. Moritz, Switzerland. The men’s final is today. Tatiana Navka and Roman Kostomarov made Russia 3-for-3 in the European Championships when they took the ice dance title for a third straight year night. Navka was taken to the hospital for stitches after cutting her hand during the free dance, but the injury isn’t considered serious. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Evgeni Plushenko didn’t let the flu slow him down, winning the men’s short program Friday at the European Figure Skating Championships at Lyon, France. Plushenko, a three-time world and four-time European champion, leads 2004 European winner Brian Joubert of France and current world champion Stephane Lambiel of Switzerland. Plushenko scored 82.80 points, followed by Joubert with 77.85. Lambiel scored 74.73 despite falling on his triple axel.