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Men's Parallel GS at Park City: Bronze for Klug


Snowboarder Chris Klug's unbelievable comeback from liver transplant surgery reached a stunning crescendo Friday, when he won the bronze medal in the parallel giant slalom.

Skeeter Werner Dies


Former Olympian and Steamboat, CO's first ski instructor, Skeeter Werner, died Friday, July 20, 2001. Memorial services were held in Steamboat, CO on July 26.

US Alpine Ski Team Gets Set for 2001


World Cup winners Rahlves and Koznick headline the 2001 US Alpine Ski Team, while Picabo Street and Chad Fleischer return from injuries aiming at the 2001 Worlds, and 2002 Olympics.

Ski Slope Named After Maier


Hermann Maier's hometown named a ski slope after the triple World Cup winner on Tuesday.

Janica Kostelic to Have Surgery


Olympic champion Janica Kostelic plans to have surgery this week for her thyroid imbalance and will not ski this season.

Ciccone Holds Off Mancuso for GS Title


Unheralded Caitlin Ciccone (Bethlehem, NH), who shifted her emphasis to running gates this season, laid down the fastest second run Wednesday to hold off Olympic champion Julia Mancuso (Olympic Valley, CA) and win the giant slalom title at the 2006 TD Banknorth U.S. Alpine Championships.

SKI Remembers Everett F. Kircher


Everett F. Kircher, a pioneer in the ski industry as an innovator of ski instruction, snowmaking and grooming, and founder of the nation's largest privately held chain of ski resorts died Wednesday, Jan. 16. He was 85.

Herminator Leaves Italy to Fight the Flu


Herminator, heal thyself.

Second Season Of SuperSeries Set to Kickoff


For the second straight season, the USSA will hold the ski and snowboard SuperSeries for young racers.

Men's Downhill at Snowbasin: Strobl Wins Gold


Fritz Strobl, long overshadowed by more illustrious Austrians, took advantage of a big mistake by teammate Stephan Eberharter to win the Olympic men's downhill Sunday.

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