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Olympic Gold Medalist Comes to Sugar Mtn. Resort for Ski Clinic

1994 Olympic Gold, 1992 Olympic Silver medalist Diann Roffe and two-time (1992,1994) Olympian, Krista Schmidinger will both be special guest coaches during Sugar’s 15th Annual Adult Pre-Season Ski Clinic scheduled for December 12-14, 2008.

SUGAR MOUNTAIN RESORT, NC – 1994 Olympic Gold 1992 Olympic Silver medalist Diann Roffe and two-time (1992,1994) Olympian, Krista Schmidinger will both be special guest coaches during Sugar’s 15th Annual Adult Pre-Season Ski Clinic scheduled for December 12-14, 2008.


Svindal Holds Off Raich for Overall Title

News

Ligety 14th in season's final slalom.

Finals: Mancuso, Miller in Title Hunts

News

Olympic champion Julia Mancuso remains in the hunt with three Austrians for the women's overall World Cup title this week at World Cup Finals and former world champion Bode Miller leads in his bid for a second World Cup super G title in three seasons.

Miller 6th, Nyman 9th in Super Combined

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Bode Miller led the downhill but finished sixth overall with Steven Nyman in ninth as super combined debuted at the 2007 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.

Sullivan Reinjures Knee, Season Over

Advice

Olympic downhiller Marco Sullivan has reinjured his right knee and will miss the 2005 World Cup season.

Olympian Jonna Mendes Retiring After 10 Years on World Cup

News

Two-time Olympian and former World Championships medalist Jonna Mendes (South Lake Tahoe, CA) has announced her retirement after 10 years on the U.S. Ski Team.

Clark Returns to Sugarloaf, Wins; JJ Wins, Too

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Kirsten Clark returns to Sugarloaf to win an FIS Downhill; J.J. Johnson opens U.S. champs with victory in the men's race.

Kildow 4th, Stiegler 9th in Finland SL

News

World Cup leader Janica Kostelic moved closer to the World Cup overall title, winning a slalom by more than a second, while Lindsey Kildow and Resi Steigler of the U.S. both finished in the top-10.

World Cup & Olympic Hopefuls to Compete at Killington

News

Killington Hosts World Cup and Olympic Hopefuls in F.I.S. Freestyle Nor-Am Competition, Jan. 25-31

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