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Eight Olympic Skiers Suspended for Excessive Hemoglobin Levels

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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.

Freestyle Team Bumps up A-Basin

Advice

Members of the U.S. Freestyle Team are in the midst of on-snow training at A-Basin, preparing for the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Kildow 2nd in DH at World Cup Finals

News

Swedish favorite Anja Paerson, the last racer on course, overtook Lindsey Kildow to win the downhill at World Cup Finals by three-tenths of a second.

Ammann Wins Second Gold, Takes K120 Jump

Advice

Simon Ammann of Switzerland became the second ski jumper in history to win gold medals on both hills in the same Olympics on Wednesday by surprising the field again at 120 meters.

Canada's Turgeon Wins Women's Downhill

News

Melanie Turgeon won the downhill at the world championships Sunday, Canada's first title in the showcase race in 10 years.

World Cup Finals Open Wednesday in Lillehammer

Advice

March 11: Austrian Stephan Eberharter and American Bode Miller stood side-by-side for photographers as one of the closest races in recent World Cup history began its final stretch run.

David Digravio, Hannah Kearney on Post Olympic World Cup Podium

Advice

World champion Hannah Kearney (Norwich, VT) finished third and World Cup rookie David Digravio (Farmington, ME) reached his first podium Wednesday as the World Cup moguls schedule resumed after the Olympics.

Bergoust Sets Record at World Cup Opener

News

US Freestyler Eric Bergoust set another record when he won the World Cup Opener in Australia.

Tough Men's Downhill Course Rewards the Most Experienced

Advice

Only the world's most cunning and experienced speedsters tame this Olympic downhill, as American Daron Rahlves and Austrian Hermann Maier showed Thursday during the first official training run.

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