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Olympic skiing champ, Herman Maier could be released from the hospital today, where he is recovering from a life-threatening motorcycle accident.
Hermann Maier's health is improving after his serious motorcycle accident, and team officials expressed hope he might be able to compete at the Salt Lake City Olympics.
Star skier Hermann Maier can't remember details of the motorcycle accident that left him with a broken leg and put his career in jeopardy.
Three-time Olympian Daron Rahlves (Sugar Bowl, CA) topped the field in Thursday's first Olympic downhill training run as he blistered the Kandahar Banchetta course and won by 1.21 seconds over the next fastest competitor.
Max Rauffer preferred to skip the debate about whether wind played a part in his first World Cup victory or that the favorites did so poorly.
High winds and poor visibility forced officials to cancel men's downhill training at Beaver Creek, CO yesterday. A final warm up is scheduled for today, before the races begin tomorrow.
Hermann "the Herminator" Maier took time out of his busy training schedule to meet some New Zealand's promising junior racers.
The championship was his for three years. Now, Hermann Maier wants it back.
Austria's Hermann Maier, the super-G title already in hand, thrashed the opposition by nearly 2 seconds today in the last super-G race of the season at the World Cup Finals.
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