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The first whiff of scandal hit the Turin Olympics the day before the opening ceremony, as eight cross-country skiers _ including two Americans and a former gold medalist from Germany _ were suspended for failed blood tests.
There are no more snow worries for the Turin Olympics. Over the last four days, up to 2 feet of snow has fallen on the mountains that will host the Winter Games.
In Saturday's World Cup opening in Soelden, Austria, German Martina Ertl came from a disappointing 17th place after the first run to ultimately win the GS race.
Heavy snowfall wiped out a women's World Cup downhill Sunday, the second straight day a downhill was called off at this resort.
The next-to-last World Cup downhill of the season was canceled because of heavy fog Saturday, strengthening Austrian Michael Walchhofer's chances of defending his season title.
Despite a lack of snow on the upper course, preparations for the men's Olympic downhill track are on schedule.
Austrian Hermann Maier is suspect of indecent behavior while celebrating his World Cup victories in Bormio, Italy.
Rainer Schoenfelder of Austria won the slalom title at the World Cup Finals on Sunday ahead of beleaguered Kalle Palander of Finland.
Organizers canceled a men's World Cup downhill training session Wednesday on the Hahnenkamm course due to heavy snow.
Killington Hosts World Cup and Olympic Hopefuls in F.I.S. Freestyle Nor-Am Competition, Jan. 25-31
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