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Veterans On Top of the World

Veterans On Top of the World
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Injured soldiers will ski with Bode Miller at the 24th Annual Winter Sports Clinic in Snowmass, Colorado.

Veterans will have their chance to ski with Bode Miller next week when the 2010 Olympic champion joins 375 injured soldiers at the 24th Annual Winter Sports Clinic in Snowmass Village.

“I'm looking forward to getting on the hill with these veterans who've made such sacrifices for all of us,” said Miller. “I bet they'll inspire me more than the other way around."

 

[ Tue, 2010-03-09 16:22 ]
Bode Miller Withdraws
Opens the door for Lindsey: With five World Cup races this weekend, she can clinch the title of Winningest American Ever.

With all the talk at the Olympics of a certain shapely—and amply exposed—shin, bare mention was made of another American hopeful’s sore and bothersome lower leg. 

[ Tue, 2010-03-09 12:02 ]
Lindsey Vonn's winning routine
Olympic gold- and bronze-medalist is poised to take her third straight women's overall World Cup title after tomorrow's downhill race in Germany.

Skiing's World Cup finals are starting this week in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, and you'll never guess who's the big favorite for the women's overall. Perhaps you've heard of her: 2010 Olympics gold- and bronze-medalist, already a two-in-a-row World Cup overall winner, has about 30-odd career World Cup wins... That's right, we're talking about a certain Ms. Lindsey Vonn.

[ Wed, 2010-03-03 14:05 ]
Bode's helmet
Olympic medalist, Bode Miller, uses his head to help a friend.

With big endorsement money in play for athletes who bring home Olympic medals, there’s always a debate on how much a gold is actually worth. ABC News tackles this very question in a recent article about Winter Olympians' earning potential.

[ Sat, 2010-02-27 16:56 ]
Skier after skier struggled with the first run of today's slalom event. Here Norway's Lars Elton Myhre loses control before crashing during the first run of the Men's slalom, at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics in Whistler, British Columbia, Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010. (AP Photo/Gero Breloer)
A ninth Olympic medal for the U.S. Ski Team was not to be as the top two U.S. contenders skied off the tricky course early in the first run.

The DNF list from the first run of the men's slalom event was half as long as the start list, causing many athletes and viewers to question the course setup.

[ Tue, 2010-02-23 19:56 ]
Kjetil Jansrud of Norway congratulates Carlo Janka at the finish of his gold medal Giant Slalom run at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics games on Tuesday, February 23.
Despite high hopes for Miller and Ligety, the U.S. walked away from today's giant slalom without a medal.

For the first day in a week, the skies over Whistler's Dave Murray Downhill course were cloudy and cold, so perhaps it's fitting that the GS victory went to Switzerland's Carol Janka, nicknamed The Iceman. Janka, who's been skiing great all season, put down the fastest combined time in the two-run event to secure the gold by a margin of .39 seconds. Behind him, Norway's Kjetil Jansrud and Aksel Lund Svindal, whose bronze today is his third of these games. Like Bode Miller, Svindal now has one of each color, and like Miller, he's a five-event skier.

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