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Lalive to Compete in All Four Events

News

Caroline Lalive won't give up her quest to compete in several Alpine skiing events at the Winter Olympics, despite concerns she was trying to do too much.

Men's GS at Park City: Another Silver for Bode

Advice

Amid three Austrian's and three Norwegians in the top seven, Bode Miller took second place in Thursday's giant slalom at Park City, Utah.

Women's Slalom at Deer Valley: Three Americans Crash

Advice

Koznick, Schleper and Nelson all crash in first run. Koznick had the only realistic chance of preventing an Alpine medal shutout for the American women.

Men's Downhill at Snowbasin: Strobl Wins Gold

Advice

Fritz Strobl, long overshadowed by more illustrious Austrians, took advantage of a big mistake by teammate Stephan Eberharter to win the Olympic men's downhill Sunday.

Women's GS at Park City: Make That 4 for Janica

Advice

Janica Kostelic won her record fourth Alpine medal of the Salt Lake City Games in Friday's giant slalom, joining Jean-Claude Killy and Toni Sailer as the only skiers to win three golds at one Olympics.

Montillet Lights Spark in Grim Season for France

Advice

After a season of sorrow in which they had to bury one of their own, the French team got to exult in a surprising victory. Carole Montillet captured the women's Olympic downhill on Tuesday despite never having won a downhill on the World Cup circuit.

Kostelic Wins Women's Combined

Advice

Kostelic, 20, became the first member of her family to win a medal at the Salt Lake City Games. Her older brother, Ivica, will be a favorite in the men's slalom next week.

Italy's Ceccarelli Wins Women's Super G

Advice

Daniela Ceccarelli was born to ski. It just took her a long time to become a winner. The Italian picked the perfect spot for her first international victory, winning the Olympic super giant slalom Sunday.

Koznick: Last Hope for U.S. Women

Advice

Kristina Koznick is the only skier left with a realistic chance of preventing an Alpine medal shutout for American women, their first such Olympic wipeout since the 1988 Calgary Games.

Rahlves Ready for Tomorrow's Downhill

Advice

For the past year, Daron Rahlves has been in the spotlight as the unlikely world champion who defeated the mighty Austrian alpine skiers on their own slopes. Sunday, he gets another chance--this time on American snow.

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