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The U.S. picked up its first medal of the Games on Saturday as Shannon Bahrke won silver in the women's mogul event.
Jumper Alan Alborn and Nordic combined skier Todd Lodwick locked up Olympic berths Wednesday by winning U.S. Ski Team Gold Cup events.
Hometown hero Todd Lodwick, who won the inaugural Gold Cup in 1998, made it look easy Wednesday as he cruised to his second Gold Cup triumph.
Using a new pair of Atomic skis, hometown favorite Erik Schlopy continuedhis recovery from bronchitis when he claimed the U.S. Ski Team Gold Cup men's giant slalom Saturday and earned awild-card position on the U.S. Olympic team.
Dane Spencer continuing his impressive recovery from back and knee problems, grabbed his first World Cup top-10 Saturday as he finished 10th in a giant slalom race.
Bode Miller secured his second U.S. Olympic Team spot when he beat teammate Erik Schlopy on Sunday in the Gold Cup at Snowbasin.
The 2001-2002 ski season is drawing nearer and competitive schedules around the US are more or less solidified. Check back for frequent updates and additions.
Erik Schlopy has been bulletproof for four races over two years at Loveland Ski Area, CO.
Kristina Koznick, who hadn't planned to race until she learned $10,000 was on the line to be top American, earned the first 2002 Olympic Team berth for the U.S. Ski Team Saturday.
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