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Olympic Champion Still in Coma

Features

The diagnosis says Bill Johnson is comatose. To his family, the tears and his four fingers suggest the former Olympic downhill champion is as determined as ever

Johnson Stable After Surgery

Features

Olympic champion Bill Johnson remains in extremely critical but stable condition following surgery for injuries suffered in an accident at the Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine ChampionshipsThursday at The Big Mountain in Montana.

Swiss Von Gruenigen Wins Giant Slalom Ski Title

Features

Michael Von Gruenigen of Switzerland won his second giant slalom gold medal at the World Championships with a strong second run Thursday.

U.S. Jolts Austria with Super-G Win by Rahlves

Features

Daron Rahlves of the United States jolted the mighty Austrians on Tuesday by winning the gold medal in the super giant slalom at the world championships.

2003 Instructors of the Year

Instruction

Three instructors received near-perfect scores from our judging panel. For that they have earned the title of SKI's Instructors of the Year.

2001 Number 4 Resort in the East: Whiteface, N.Y.

Travel

The best thing about Whiteface is the worst thing about Whiteface: no slopeside condos, no base village, just trees. That, of course, means uncluttered scenery-and a 10-mile commute to nearby Lake Placid for lodging.

Fit Bits: Staying Alive

Fitness

Tackle the Headwall at Tuckerman's Ravine, Vt., or Corbet's Couloir at Jackson Hole, Wyo., and you're sure to have thoughts of how your family will be spending your life insurance payout.

Olympic Flame Returns to Squaw Valley

News

Following nearly a year of preparation and planning, the Olympic Flame made its historic return to Olympic soil at Squaw Valley USA amidst lively celebration.

Eight Olympic Skiers Suspended for Excessive Hemoglobin Levels

Advice

The first whiff of scandal hit the Turin Olympics the day before the opening ceremony, as eight cross-country skiers _ including two Americans and a former gold medalist from Germany _ were suspended for failed blood tests.

Helmets May Help Skiers Avoid Injury

Gear

Helmets greatly reduce the risk of head injuries among skiers and snowboarders, a Norwegian study found.

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