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Miller, Rahlves, Koznick and Street highlight a star-studded U.S. Olympic Alpine Ski Team the USST announced today. Seven other members are first-timers.
The U.S. Women's Alpine Ski Team continued their on-snow training camp Sunday in warm and sunny conditions at Mammoth Mountain, CA.
With a few World Cup victories under the U.S. Ski Team's belt, officials anticipate success at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.
Teenager Lindsey Kildow, looking to duplicate her success of 24 hours earlier, nailed the Cortina downhill course again Sunday for the first podium of her career, finishing third in a World Cup downhill, .01 out of second.
Caroline Lalive (Steamboat Springs, Colo.), who was nominated to her third Olympic Team Wednesday, will return to the USA on Friday for knee surgery, the U.S. Ski Team said.
Caroline Lalive came out of a tough late starting position to record the best downhill finish of her career Wednesday in the FIS World Cup finals in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee.
For the US women's ski team, skiing is not just a winter pastime. The leading ladies are tearing up the salted slopes of Mt. Hood, OR, to get crucial training in before the 2001-2002 season begins.
Kirsten Clark skied "clean and fast" on her way to her third US National downhill crown in as many years.
Anja Paerson of Sweden was the surprise winner of the downhill Friday at a women's World Cup event, giving her confidence for the upcoming Winter Olympics.
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