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Olympic Alpine Team Named

Competition

Bode, Rahlves, Picabo, and Koz head the 22-person U.S. Olympic Team.

Schleper Erases GS Setback, Wins Slalom

Features

Sarah Schleper wasted no time crying over a lost ski, shedding the frustration of giant slalom a day earlier to lead both runs Wednesday to collect the slalom gold medal on the final day of the Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine Championships. Wiberg wins combined.

Mendes Wins GS, Captures First U.S. National Title

Features

A wide-smiling but admittedly bewildered Jonna Mendes had the fastest time on each run Tuesday and collected her first national title as she won the GS by 1.75 seconds on the fifth day of the Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine Championships.

U.S. Alpine Nationals Women's Final GS Results

Features

Final results of the women's U.S Alpine National Championship GS race at Big Mountain, Mont.

Clark Wins Fourth Straight DH Gold

Features

Soft-spoken Kirsten Clark continued to let her skis do her talking Friday as she became the first skier to win four straight U.S. downhill titles, edging teammate Picabo Street.

World Cup Finals: Women's Overall Results

Features

Women's Overall Results. There are 3 races remaining.

Women's World Cup Giant Slalom Results From Italy

News

Final results from a women's giant slalom race at Cortina D'Ampezzo, Italy.

Vail/Buck Hill's Kildow Wins Second Gold in 24 Hours

Advice

Teenager Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO) collected her second U.S. championship in 24 hours Sunday, as the newly crowned super G champion also won the slalom at Alyeska Resort.

Squaw Valley's Julia Mancuso Wins Gold

News

The slopes of Squaw Valley are ringing with glee as news trickles in that local skier, Julia Mancuso, will be bringing a Gold Medal home.

Lalive in Top-5 Again

Advice

Caroline Lalive, continuing to rebound from ligament damage and leg injuries late last season, was fourth Wednesday in a World Cup super G. Canadian Genevieve Simard was the surprise winner.

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