Swiss skier Didier Cuche, who has won four of the last five World Cup downhill titles, announced today in Kitzbuehul, Austria that he will retire at the end of this season. Now 37, Cuche is still racing with the best in the world. He is ranked eighth in overall FIS World Cup standings, and with one win in downhill already this year remains in contention to win his fifth career downhill title. "I'm in top form and I can still aspire to win races. It's in this condition that I wish to retire from the World Cup," he said.
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