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On a day that showed the U.S. Olympic Committee's resolve to move beyond scandals, its new boss won approval for sweeping changes and the new head of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency vowed to ``catch the cheaters.''
Picabo Street will have to wait at least another day to end her illustrious Olympic career, as the women's downhill was postponed today due to high winds.
Janica Kostelic, the Croatian ski star who won a record four medals at the Salt Lake City Olympics, will skip World Cup Super-G race this weekend to prepare for the Cup's finals which start Mar. 6.
Americans Ross Powers, Danny Kass and J.J. Thomas made history on the halfpipe Monday, giving the United States its first medals sweep in the Winter Olympics in 46 years.
The Canadian Ski Museum picked three inductees to the Hall of Fame for 1999. Jean-Guy Brunet, Alain Laroche, and Ron Richards get the honors.
Julia Mancuso became the first skier to win five medals in the five events of the U.S. Alpine Championships, and was still a little disappointed.
Canadian skier Erik Guay will miss the Olympic downhill Sunday because of a severely bruised calf.
Olympic champion Janica Kostelic underwent surgery for a thyroid imbalance Wednesday and is expected to resume rehabilitation for a knee injury in about five weeks.
It's all about the line and Janica Kostelic had the fastest one Saturday as she won the women's Slalom at the World Alpine Championships in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
Olympic champion Janica Kostelic plans to have surgery this week for her thyroid imbalance and will not ski this season.
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