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Michelle Roark, the defending World Cup dual moguls champion, is out for the rest of the ski season after undergoing knee surgery, the U.S. Ski Team said Thursday.
U.S. ski star Lindsey Kildow escaped serious injury Monday when she steamed down the slope and crashed into several photographers during downhill training at the world championships.
Austria's Nicole Hosp was the fastest skier in both runs and won her first World Cup slalom race Wednesday.
Italy's Isolde Kostner is intent on capitalizing on her speed this weekend to regain the overall lead.
U.S. downhiller Chad Fleischer won't yield to injury or give up his Olympic medal dreams. The downhill specialist vows he will be in Utah to cheer on his teammates as well as return for the 2006 Olympics in Italy.
France's Regine Cavagnoud trounced her rivals, winning the World Cup downhill in Cortina D'Ampezzo, Italy, for the second consecutive year.
Bahrke fell during training at Mont Tremblant and injured her right knee.
Vail's Sarah Schleper overcame a first-run mistake Saturday and had the fifth-fastest second run to finish seventh in the World Cup giant slalom.
Italy's Isolde Kostner won the women's World Cup downhill race today in St. Moritz, Switzerland, marking her third win of the season.
Former Olympic gold medal winner Bill Johnson continues to improve at a Portland hospital, where he is now able to walk, talk, and eat with some assistance.
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