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Schleper Takes Seventh in the World Cup Opener

Advice

Vail's Sarah Schleper overcame a first-run mistake Saturday and had the fifth-fastest second run to finish seventh in the World Cup giant slalom.

U.S.A. Successful on Key Initiatives at FIS Congress

News

Freestyle Worlds to Deer Valley; 22 U.S. World Cups in '07; Women will jump at '09 Worlds.

Trees Block Lake Louise Downhill

Advice

A stand of 100 trees may prevent Canada's Lake Louise downhill race from taking place this November and they could bar Canada from hosting future World Cup events.

Skiers Threaten Petition to Have Olympic SG Moved

Advice

The debate over the new women's course for the Olympics grew Saturday when several top skiers threatened to sign a petition urging another site for the super giant slalom at next year's Turin Games.

Up and Coming Swiss Champion Killed

Advice

Werner Elmer has died in a collision during a downhill race.

Women Ski Jumpers Push to be Olympians in 2010

News

For Lindsey Van, two national ski jumping titles will have to do.

Ready to Rip in Soelden

Advice

Saturday marks the opening of the FIS Café de Colombia race series. The women will open with a GS on Saturday, to be followed by the men's competition on Sunday.

Canceled Kitzbuehel DH Moved to Garmisch

Advice

The men's World Cup downhill which was scrapped in Kitzbuehel due to bad weather will be held Feb. 18 at Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Germany.

Eight Olympic Skiers Suspended for Excessive Hemoglobin Levels

Advice

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.

Major Snowfall Ends Worry Over Olympic Slopes

News

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.

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