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hermann maier

[ Fri, 2009-12-18 20:56 ]
Maier Crash
The debate about ski racing's safety has heated up. We remember one of the sport's most horrifying crashes: Hermann Maier at the '98 Olympics

After an early season full of some season-ending (and in some cases, life-threatening) crashes on ski racecourses, a big debate has sprung up among racers, spectators and the sport's governing body about how to make ski racing more safe while keeping it

[ Wed, 2009-10-14 08:25 ]
Maier Retires
Four-time World Cup champ says it's time to "relax a little"

Well that didn't take long. One of ski racing's most anticipated comebacks is coming to an end -- even if the anticipation lasted a mere week. After announcing his return to ski racing on October 6th, Austrian god Hermann Maier has changed his mind and will stay in retirement.

[ Tue, 2009-10-06 14:08 ]
Hermann Maier Is Back
Austria's ski-racer god Hermann Maier returns to the slopes this season

Move over, Lance Armstrong. The comeback king of skiing is planning yet another return: Austrian Hermann Maier has resumed training for a run at the 2010 World Cup after a killer knee injury sidelined him last March. Maier plans to miss the season's first few races but return by the end of November, at the Cup's Lake Louise stop.

Men's Alpine Team Gets SI Cover

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U.S. Ski Team alpine racers again will be on the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine this week, the fifth time U.S. skiers have helped introduce the sports weekly's pre-Olympics issue.

Bode Miller: Special Recovery Power

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The unflappable and freakishly strong podium hog refuses to budge from the top.

Miller, Rahlves Dominate Championship Downhill

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Bode Miller became the first American to win the men's downhill at the world alpine championships Saturday, while teammate Daron Rahlves took second for an overpowering show by the U.S. team.

Miller, Rahlves Rule Worlds Downhill

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Bode Miller became the first American to win the men's downhill at the world alpine championships Saturday, while teammate Daron Rahlves took second for an overpowering show by the U.S. team.

Dynamic Duo

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Bode Miller and Daron Rahlves finished 1-2 respectively at the Birds of Prey downhill to make U.S. Ski Team history.

Dynamic Duo

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Bode Miller and Daron Rahlves finished 1-2 respectively at the Birds of Prey downhill to make U.S. Ski Team history.

Pain and Glory: Hermann Maier

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Hermann Maier is flying through the air, upside down. This isn't supposed to be happening.

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