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Vonn Gets Podium, Bode Gets Fat Lip in Finland

Vonn Gets Podium, Bode Gets Fat Lip in Finland
Lindsey Vonn Racing
World Cup visits the Arctic Circle; next stops: Aspen, Beaver Creek

Short hill, bitter cold, lighted slopes and lots of Scandinavians? No wonder Lindsey Vonn felt so comfortable. “This hill reminds me so much of racing back at Buck Hill,” said the Minnesota native, who finished second, just .08 seconds behind winner Maria Riesch of Germany in Saturday’s World Cup slalom at Levi, Finland.

In the men’s race on Sunday, Ted Ligety, in 18th, and Jimmy Cochran, 19th, led the U.S. team, with Bode Miller taking a gate to the face and failing to finish the second run in his first race back as a U.S. Team skier.

[ Thu, 2009-09-24 14:34 ]
Bode Raising His World Cup Globe in 2008
After two years of skiing independently, Bode Miller returns to the U.S. Ski Team

The former Olympic medalist and World Champion Bode Miller announced today that he will rejoin the U.S. Ski Team. He will compete with the team in the World Cup, and may qualify for the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver.

After years of creating controversy (he was quoted on 60 minutes as saying he skied "wasted" on at least one occasion),  he's now going to be training and lodging with the team. Meantime, we call dibs on the RV.

[ Tue, 2009-09-15 10:43 ]
Wine Vineyard, Bode Miller
Wants to convert N.H. farm to winery

Everybody knows Bode Miller is fond of his drink. Now he wants everyone else to be fond of it, too. Last week we told you about Miller's maybe-sorta-could-be plan to rejoin the U.S. Ski Team, which he wrote about in his online diary.

[ Fri, 2009-09-11 09:54 ]
Bode Racing Val d'Isère in 2008
American ski racing star hints at reconciliation

Is Bode going home again? Back in 2006, American skiing ace Bode Miller ditched the U.S. Ski Team in favor of his own, privately run team. But just the other day, in his online diary for the Universal Sports network, Miller wrote that "working and hanging with the guys on the U.S.

<i> The Thin Line </i> Trailer

This US Ski Team documentary came out on Rush HD December 15.

Nyman Podiums in Birds of Prey DH


Steven Nyman (Provo, UT), whose first World Cup podium came at Beaver Creek a year ago, "nailed the line" Friday to finish second in downhill during a snowstorm at the Charles Schwab Birds of Prey races.

Lake Louise SG: Nyman Leads U.S. Men


Nyman and Macartney make the top 20 of the first Audi FIS Alpine World Cup super G of the season.

First World Cup Top-3 for Sullivan


Squaw native gets 2nd place on challenging Lake Louise course.

Cochran Leads U.S. in Stormy Slalom


Olympian Jimmy Cochran (Keene, NH), starting 35th, fought through a wet snowstorm to finish 14th, leading the U.S. men's squad Sunday in its season-opening World Cup slalom.

U.S. Ski Team Goes Back to Italy


This December, the U.S. Ski Team will go back to Trentino, Italy, for training sessions in the Andalo-Paganella Ski Area.

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