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[ Sun, 2010-02-21 18:44 ]
Gold for Bode
After finishing seven tenths of a second behind leader Aksel Lund Svindal in the downhill portion of the super combined, Miller skis a fast, flawless slalom to win his first Olympic gold medal.

Bronze, silver and now gold: Bode Miller is three for three in these games, earning his first Olympic gold in today's super combined event at Whistler's Creekside venue. With two events to go before the Games close, Miller shows no sign of stopping.

[ Tue, 2010-02-16 13:20 ]
Bode Wins Bronze
Did the flat light make the difference between gold and bronze? Meanwhile: Vonn—and weather—show definite signs of improvement.

Does a bronze medal spell redemption? Does a first-place finish in Monday’s training run mean Lindsey Vonn is sufficiently recovered from her painful shin injury in advance of Wednesday women’s downhill. And is the notorious Whistler weather finally about to give race organizers a break? Yes, we think, on all three.

[ Thu, 2010-02-11 12:34 ]
Skiiers autograph bibs in Cortina, Italy
Skiers auction race bibs to raise money for Haiti relief efforts

UPDATE:

[ Fri, 2010-02-05 10:52 ]
Lindsey Vonn Head Skis
The New York Times Magazine will run a glowing profile of Lindsey Vonn this weekend, ahead of the 2010 Olympics. Vonn deserves the glow.

I recalled how Jim Tracy, a United States ski-team coach, described the first time he saw Vonn ski. “She’s hauling down the mountain, her skis probably going 60,” Tracy told me, “but the rest of her was hardly moving. It was like watching water flow down a hill.” —Bill Pennington, from his profile of Lindsey Vonn in this weekend's New York Times Magazine

Vancouver 2010: Alpine Speed Events

Vancouver 2010: Alpine Speed Events
SwifterHigherStronger.Speed
It’s only when things go wrong that you get a sense of how absurdly dangerous alpine racing’s speed events are.

Downhill Viewed in the two dimensions of television, downhill looks deceptively tame. No camera angle really captures the rate at which these speed freaks travel, the steepness of the terrain, the forces they withstand or the heights at which they soar when speed and terrain conspire to spit them into the void. Should a skier make one tiny error of line or balance, one momentary loss of vision
or tactical miscue and, in an instant, Olympic dreams crash and burn.

[ Mon, 2010-02-01 16:00 ]
Ghana's ski Olympian, Kwame Nkrumah-Acheampong
Kwame "The Snow Leopard" Nkrumah-Acheampong, who learned to ski just six years ago -- at a snow dome -- hopes to inspire his countrymen.

Staging in the starthouse alongside such skiing stars as Bode Miller and Benjamin Raich at the 2010 Olympic slopes will be a lesser known -- but no less driven -- Olympian. Kwame Nkrumah-Acheampong, who will be skiing under the colors of Ghana, his home country, learned to ski just six years ago at an artificial snow dome in England, but has nevertheless qualified for the Vancouver Games.

[ Thu, 2010-01-21 08:55 ]
Olympic Medalist Bode Miller
Returning-to-form American ski king Bode Miller made the top of USA Today's "Athlete of the Week" list after a big win.

On the runup to this weekend's always-thrilling Hahnenkamm races in Kitzbuhel, Austria—and just a few weeks before the 2010 Olympics—Bode Miller has received a couple of well-desrved boosts. For starters, of course, he took his first World Cup win in Wengen, Switzerland, last weekend—his first in close to two years.

[ Wed, 2010-01-13 15:51 ]
Bode Racing Val d'Isère in 2008
While sitting out recent races due to an ankle sprain, Bode Miller had time for a quick Q&A with a USSA publicist. No hard questions, as you might expect. But it turns out the hypercompetitive World Champ is a big beach volleyball buff. And how did he sprain that ankle? You guessed it. Volleyball, says Reuters. Here’s wishing him a speedy recovery in time for the Olympics.

While sitting out recent races due to an ankle sprain, Bode Miller had time for a quick Q&A with a USSA publicist. No hard questions, as you might expect. But it turns out the hypercompetitive World Champ is a big beach volleyball buff. And how did he sprain that ankle? You guessed it. Volleyball, says Reuters. Here’s wishing him a speedy recovery in time for the Olympics.

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Well, what have you been up to over the holidays?

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