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Mancuso 8th, "totally cool" with streak ending.
Liechtenstein's Birgit Heeb-Batliner overtook Austrian first-run leader Alexandra Meissinitzer to earn the first World Cup win of her career Thursday.
You stare down at the mountain, and the mountain stares back. Sun Tzu argued that every battle's won or lost before it's ever fought.
In 1946, before there were lifts in Squaw Valley, Sandy Poulsen, wife of the resort?s founder, hiked a steep 8,200-foot peak to the left of where Squaw?s gondola now sits.
Two-time Olympian Jonna Mendes (Heavenly, CA) won the first speed event title of her career Friday, capturing the downhill that opened the Chevrolet U.S. Alpine Championships at Alyeska Resort by nearly a full second.
Olympic champion Hermann Maier defended his super-G title Friday on Kitzbuehel's famed Hahnenkamm course, while Bode Miller flew off course early.
The southern snowstorm moves north today bringing wintry weather to the mid-Atlantic region and also to New England. Meanwhile, another front will bring snow to the Pacific Northwest and the Rockies.
Picabo Street overcame a mid-race mistake Friday to finish fifth in the second World Cup downhill of the season while teammate Kirsten Clark finished eighth place at Lake Louise Ski Area.
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