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Mid-December training crash sets Schlopy back in World Cup racing.
Legs aren't everything. A little upper-body work can go a long way toward better form and fewer injuries.
Olympic moguls skier Hannah Hardaway underwent reconstructive surgery on her right knee Thursday and is expected to be off skis for a minimum of six months.
Olympic silver medalist Bode Miller will have surgery Friday on his left knee but is expected to race a week later in the World Cups in Utah.
Skier Bode Miller, who won two Olympic silver medals last season and four World Cup races, underwent arthroscopic surgery Friday to remove loose cartilage pieces in his left knee.
Two more poses to help you with your skiing.
Californian Jonna Mendes has won a national championship race in Hungary, so she didn't have a problem with a Swedish skier winning the American nationals.
U.S. Ski Team racer Bode Miller will fly home for evaluation on his injured left knee. According to the U.S. Ski Team's Dr. William Sterett, Miller's left knee is unstable and will need further tests to determine the extent of the injury.
U.S. skier Caroline Lalive will miss the rest of the world championships with a bruised left knee.
Defending overall champion Anja Paerson won a World Cup super-G race in a snowstorm Friday, with Americans Julia Mancuso and Lindsey Kildow finishing second and third.
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