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Nordic Combined Team Named

Advice

Todd Lodwick and Bill Demong headline a group of seven nordic combined skiers nominated to compete in the 2002 Olympics.

Vote Today! ESPY Ballot Closes July 8

News

An unprecedented seven U.S. Ski and Snowboarding athletes have been nominated for the 14th Annual ESPY Awards highlighting sports top moments and performances in the past year.

Germany's Olympic Champion Injured

Advice

Hilde Gerg of Germany, the Olympic slalom champion, broke her left shin bone today in a spill during practice and will miss the rest of the World Cup skiing season.

Two-Time Olympian Chad Fleischer Retires

News

Two-time Olympian and former U.S. downhill champion Chad Fleischer has decided to retire after a decade of World Cup and Olympic racing.

Gerg Wins Swiss Super-G; Lalive Places 11th.

Advice

Germany's Hilde Gerg won a World Cup super giant slalom Sunday for her first victory of the season, boosting her confidence after a knee injury.

Olympic Champion Ligety Wins Career First World Cup

Advice

Newly crowned Olympic combined champion Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) punched through the second run of a weathered-delayed giant slalom Sunday to claim the first World Cup victory of his young career in a race where the top four skiers were just four-hundredths of a second apart.

Maier Says No to Olympics

News

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

Longshot Frenchman Swipes DH Gold

Advice

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.

Moseley Wins

Advice

After disappointment in Germany, Jonny Moseley took first place in France to keep his Olympic hopes alive.

Johnson's Condition Still Critical

Advice

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.

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