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World Cup Wins Boost U.S. Skiers


With a few World Cup victories under the U.S. Ski Team's belt, officials anticipate success at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.

World Cup Wins Mean New Goals for Rahlves


With two World Cup victories under his belt this season, Daron Rahlves looks at his future with renewed enthusiasm.

Clark Wins Second Title at Nationals


Kirsten Clark maintained her mastery of Jackson Hole mountain, adding a super-G title Sunday to the downhill crown she won two days earlier at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.

Soft Snow Aborts US Nationals GS Race


It rained early in the morning and then it warmed up, and for an already unstable racing surface, that proved too much.

World Cup Racing Now Shifts to Beaver Creek


After a successful weekend of racing for the women at Copper Mountain, CO, the attention now shifts to the men's races at Beaver Creek, CO.

Cavagnoud holds on to win GS


France's Regine Cavagnoud recovers from major knee surgery and wins a women's World Cup giant slalom race at Copper Mountain, CO.

Maier Wins Downhill Despite Damaged Ski


Like a scene from a James Bond movie, Hermann Maier skied to a downhill victory on Saturday despite a badly damaged ski.

Maier Skis to Fourth Straight Win


Austria's Hermann Maier won his fourth consecutive World Cup event on Sunday by winning the super-G at Beaver Creek, CO with a generous lead.

USOC Vows Search for New Funding for Disabled Athletes


After a six-hour meeting, the executive committee of the U.S. Olympic Committee has promised to find funding for disabled athletes.

Bloom Challenging NCAA Decision on Endorsements


Two-sport star Jeremy Bloom intends to play football next fall - and accept skiing endorsements in defiance of the NCAA.

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