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New Michigan law proposes skiers be required to pay $100 fine if caught without head protection.
Michigan skiers and snowboarders may be asked to pay a $100 fine if they choose to ski without protection on their noggin, according to a new law being proposed.
Hall takes first, completing 3 year bid for X Games gold
…and we found the best. This year's Gold Medal winners are the cream of a very large crop.
Two months after a death-defying crash, former Olympic downhill champion Bill Johnson says that he plans to ski again.
Bill Johnson, the 1984 Olympic downhill gold medalist, was critically injured aftercrashing during a race on Big Mountain Resort Thursday.
The condition of the German ski coach involved in the accident that killed Regine Cavagnoud has improved, his doctor said Thursday.
Olympic skier Bill Johnson pleaded innocent Wednesday to all charges related to his confrontation with police during a traffic stop this month in Troutdale.
Bill Johnson Recovery Update: Two months after a near death racing crash, former Olympic downhill champion Bill Johnson told a press conference he plans to ski again.
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