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Didier Cuche gave Switzerland its first World Cup victory of the season when he won Friday's downhill ahead of American Daron Rahlves.
Less than a week after winning her Olympic berth in the U.S. Ski Team Gold Cup, Shannon Bahrke went out Sunday and won her first World Cup moguls event with teammate Hannah Hardaway second.
When it comes to snowboarding, the Olympics are America's halfpipe and the rest of the world is just shredding in it.
The U.S. Alpine Team takes shape for the 1999-2000 ski racing season.
Bill Johnson, a 1984 Olympic downhill champion, experienced a critical injury on Thursday during the Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine Championships at Big Mountain, MT and is undergoing surgery.
Hermann Maier brought four World Cup titles home for the Austrians, becoming the third alpine skier to win four crowns in a single season.
The man convicted of negligent driving in the traffic accident that nearly cost Olympic skiing champion Hermann Maier his right leg had his fine reduced by a Munich court Thursday.
Olympic champion Janica Kostelic underwent surgery for a thyroid imbalance Wednesday and is expected to resume rehabilitation for a knee injury in about five weeks.
Olympic champion Jonny Moseley of the United States revived his season Friday by winning a World Cup moguls competition four weeks before the Winter Games.
With several stars sitting out, Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway was fastest by more than a second Monday in downhill training for the Alpine men's combined.
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