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Hermann Maier who injured himself in an August motorcycle crash announced yesterday that he would not race in the Olympics.
The gold medal was decided, or so everyone thought. Bode, The Herminator and the rest of Alpine skiing's big boys were already done for, and a few were even congratulating the apparent champ at the bottom of the hill.
After disappointment in Germany, Jonny Moseley took first place in France to keep his Olympic hopes alive.
Olympic champion Bill Johnson remained in extremely critical condition Friday afternoon after a ski racing crash at the U.S. Alpine Championships in Big Mountain, MT, but his condition remains stable.
Peter Kellogg, Ted Ligety Receive Top USSA Awards.
After a six-hour meeting, the executive committee of the U.S. Olympic Committee has promised to find funding for disabled athletes.
Poland's Adam Malysz, the bronze medal winner at 90 meters, was the leader after qualifying, which trimmed the field of 66 jumpers to 50 for Tuesday's two-round final.
Janica Kostelic won the combined at the world championships Monday despite needing painkillers for her ailing knee.
Olympic champion Kjetil Andre Aamodt broke his right ankle when he fell Wednesday while training and could be sidelined until January.
Dave Babic (Washington, VT) grabbed his second World Cup fourth-place finish of the week Sunday as the freestyle moguls tour completed its swing through the Far East.
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