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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.
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.
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.
Austrian ski star Hermann Maier is determined to start the ski season opener later this month in Soelden, Austria.
World Cup leaders Janne Lahtela of Finland and Jennifer Heil of Canada won moguls contests Saturday at Whiteface Mountain.
World Cup overall champion Janica Kostelic of Croatia had the fastest time on both runs Saturday in giant slalom for her second victory in 24 hours at World Cup Finals.
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, heal thyself.
For the second straight season, the USSA will hold the ski and snowboard SuperSeries for young racers.
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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