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Four-time Olympian Ann Battelle led a field of three Americans into the finals of the women's moguls competition Saturday.
Fittingly, three Austrians were the last men standing in the final Alpine event of the Turin Olympics.
American Lindsey Kildow's injured back was feeling better Thursday, leaving open the possibility that she would race in Friday's Olympic giant slalom, after all.
Two of the biggest names in women's Alpine skiing could miss the last race of the Turin Games.
When it looked like Graham Watanabe's goal of competing in the Turin Olympics would go unfulfilled, he decided to help other Americans win medals in snowboardcross.
Shannon Bahrke moved to the bottom of the slope after her training run Friday and shouted a few times: "It's the Olympics! It's the Olympics!
Ask Julia Mancuso why she's suddenly a threat to win a medal at the Olympics and she has a simple answer: It's the boots, stupid.
Austria's Klaus Kroell won the men's super-G Tuesday for his second medal at the World Junior Championships.
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.
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