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Olympic Alpine Team Named

Competition

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

Kirsten Clark Wins World Cup Downhill

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American Kirsten Clark secures her first World Cup victory with "an incredible run" in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.

Kirsten Clark Press Conference

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World Cup downhill winner Kirsten Clark displays a relaxed and casual confidence as she discusses her first World Cup podium in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.

Above it All

Travel East

Everyone knows it's bigger, steeper and farther than most New England resorts. But what really sets Sugarloaf apart is its easygoing attitude.

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

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

Clark Wins Fourth Straight DH Gold

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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.

Gerety 5th in World Cup Finals Downhill

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Megan Gerety, who as fifth in her first World Cup race in 1991, did it again Thursday, finishing fifth in downhill as the World Cup Finals got underway in flat light and 25-degree weather.

A Look Ahead To 2002

From the Top

In this space two seasons ago, I wrote about the improbable predictions of U.S. Ski Team CEO Bill Marolt, who boldly promised that his team would win 10 Olympic medals in 2002 and eventually bring home the alpine Nations Cup, awarded annually by SKI to th

SKImag.com Exclusive: Racer eX Exposes the Real World Championships

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Talent isn't enough to win a downhill. You need luck, too. Frustrated Austrian racers are out for blood¿and to restore their national honor. US racer Casey Pucket misses a gate but wins the fans. And why exactly does Tomba need two blonde ski guides?

Lalive, Goetschl Out; Ertl Wins Combined Gold

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Caroline Lalive and Austrian Renate Goetschl let a medal slip away as they failed to finish their second run and Martina Ertl of Germany grabbed the gold to complete a storybook recovery from early season injury.

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