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The slopes of Squaw Valley are ringing with glee as news trickles in that local skier, Julia Mancuso, will be bringing a Gold Medal home.
Croatia's Janica Kostelic captured the only women's World Cup combined of the season Sunday, mastering the new course for next year's Olympics and ending Anja Paerson's two-race winning streak.
Two races, two medals. Can Bode Miller go 3-for-3? Judging by his performance so far, anything is possible—if Miller decides to race the downhill.
Jan. 19: Bode Miller survived a splintered ski Sunday on his first run of slalom to reclaim the World Cup points lead
Olympic champion Bill Johnson will return to his family's home to recover from a near-fatal skiing accident.
Julia Mancuso earned a stunning victory in the giant slalom on a snowy, foggy Friday to salvage a disappointing Olympics for the U.S. women in their final Alpine event of the Turin Games.
Olympic champion Jean-Pierre Vidal of France captured his first World Cup title in five years by winning a slalom Sunday while Bode Miller finished 18th in a bumpy run for the overall champ.
Alpine ski teams from Austria, France, Germany, Russia, Norway, Slovenia, Spain, Holland, Lichtenstein, Switzerland, and Canada will train in Breckenridge through November.
Hermann Maier is walking without crutches after breaking his leg in an August motorcycle accident, but it is too early to say when he will ski again.
Squaw Valley celebrates Winter Games past and present.
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