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World Cup Finals Get Underway Wednesday in Kvitfjell

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Miller, the upstart American, stands just 93 points behind Eberharter with four races to go in his bid to be the first American to take the World Cup since Phil Mahre in 1983.

Kostelic Wins 5th Slalom Title of Season

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Kostelic won her fifth World Cup slalom of the season, beating Anja Paerson by more than half a second. Sarah Schleper was the top American finisher, taking 26th.

Kostelic Wins Women's Combined

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Janica Kostelic won the combined at the world championships Monday.

Bloom Qualifies for Finals

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Colorado football player Jeremy Bloom qualified for the moguls finals at the World Freestyle Championship.

Miller Retakes Overall World Cup Lead

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Bode Miller ended his surprising slalom scoring drought Sunday as he finished second in a slalom and regained the World Cup points lead.

Miller Retakes Overall World Cup Lead

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Bode Miller finished second in the Bormio Slalom Sunday and regained the World Cup points lead.

2003 Number 2 Resort in the East: Whiteface, N.Y.

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To some skiers, it's the mountain. For others, it's a bigger picture: scenery, nightlife, shopping and dining. Whiteface has it all: the mountain (3,216 vertical feet), a village (Lake Placid, an oasis of civilization amid the wilds of the Adirondacks) and on top of it all, a rich Olympic heritage.

Bode Miller Seeks GS Win

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Already the silver medalist in the combined, Miller will try to make more history on Thursday in the giant slalom.

Maier Says No to Olympics

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Hermann Maier, who seriously injured himself in an August motorcycle crash, announced yesterday that he will not race in the Olympics.

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The torch is out, the 2002 Winter Games are history, and a new crop of Olympians is trading skates, skis and sleds for something far more intimidating: a real job. Getting one is no small feat, especially in the current economy, but it is an even more dau

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