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The U.S. men are looking to prove their versatility Wednesday as Miller, Casey Puckett, and Jakub Fiala take on the world in the Alpine combined.
Extreme shifts in weather conditions forced radical changes at the World Championships. Too much snow, followed by spring-like temperatures, wreaked havoc on the championship schedule.
The opener of the SuperSeries races saw US Ski Team members racing strong against top competition from around the world.
The equipment used by World Cup skiers is an important factor in racing, but so are a skier's confidence, knowledge, and determination when deciding the outcome.
Final results of a World Cup giant slalom from Val Gardena, Italy.
Feb. 8: Austrian Michael Walchhofer nailed the lower two-thirds of the Corviglia downhill course Saturday to win the DH gold medal
By taking the silver medal in the men's downhill Sunday, Lasse Kjus became the second most successful alpine racer in history behind teammate Kjetil Andre Aamodt. Here at the 2002 Olympics, it seems like hardly anyone noticed.
We've seen this before. While American Bode Miller gets another crack at Olympic gold and Austrian Benjamin Raich is the favorite in the men's Alpine combined, a Norwegian stands in their way.
Bode Miller felt good during the final World Cup downhill of the season. So good, he thought he would win the race. Instead, he placed second—but came away with an even better feeling.
The Austrian Ski Team aims their sights on this years men's overall World Cup title.
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