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[ Thu, 2010-01-21 07:55 ]
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.

Daron Rahlves Returns from Dubai

Rahlves helped with ski clinics for the U.S. Ski Team and Spyder, skiing indoors

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Daron Rahlves (Sugar Bowl, CA), the reigning X Games ski cross champion, has won the fabled Hahnenkamm in Kitzbuehel, Austria, as well as the World Championship super G. But, while doing ski clinics for U.S. Ski Team and personal sponsor Spyder at an indoor ski facility in Dubai recently, he had to answer a question he had never thought about before: "Hey, Daron, what's it like to ski outdoors?"



Rahlves, the 2001 World Champion, spent a few days in Dubai doing clinics with kids and adults in the world's largest indoor ski facility.


<i> The Thin Line </i> Trailer

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

Macartney Leads U.S. in Val d'Isere DH

News

Macartney 19th and Sullivan 20th.

Motivations

Features

Heading into an Olympic year—and what might be his last full World Cup season—Daron Rahlves wants it more than ever. Close won't be good enough.

Pain and Glory: Bill Hudson and Eric Keck

Features

It's Day One of training, and in this low-snow year, the fearsome Hahnenkamm is a sinister strip of vertical white ice on an otherwise snowless mountain.

Rahlves 3rd in Kvitfjell Downhill

Features

Ignoring gusting winds, Daron Rahlves powered through tough conditions in the final World Cup downhill of the season to finish third,

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