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2002 U.S. Alpine Team Announced

Travel

World champion Daron Rahlves, Kirsten Clark, and 13 other Olympians including Picabo Street headline an extremely deep 30-member U.S. Alpine Ski Team named for the coming Olympic season.

Billy Johnson in Coma After Crash

Features

Bill Johnson is in a coma after crashing during a downhill run at the NorAm races in Big Mountain, Mont., yesterday.

Gerety 5th in World Cup Finals Downhill

Features

Megan Gerety, who as fifth in her first World Cup race in 1991, did it again Thursday, finishing fifth in downhill as the World Cup Finals got underway in flat light and 25-degree weather.

Gerety 4th in SG as Worlds Open

Features

St. ANTON, Austria (Jan. 29) - Pre-race favorite Regine Cavagnoud of France opened the 2001 World Alpine Ski Championships in sizzling fashion Monday, winning the gold medal in super G by .05 over Italian Isolde Kostner with Megan Gerety (Anchorage, AK) f

Gerety 4th in SG as Worlds Open

Features

Gerety, coming back from leg problems a year ago, was fourth in 1:23.59, a tenth of a second ahead of another Frenchwoman, Carole Montillet. Kirsten Clark (Raymond, ME) was ninth with a time of 1:23.86 and Jonna Mendes (Heavenly, CA) tied for 18th in 1:

Peak Pursuits

Features

As the ski world turns its attention this month to the 2001 World Alpine Ski Championships in St. Anton, Austria, we'll see not only a race for titles but an experiment of sorts, a dry run for athletes hoping to peak for the 2002 Olympics.

Summer Resorts 2000-Northeast, Whiteface Mountain, N.Y.

Features

State-owned Whiteface adopted a new slogan last season: "Oh my." It aptly sums up the lump-in-the-throat feeling visitors get upon first gazing down the Olympic downhill course.

Johnson Stable, Taken to Portland Hospital

Advice

Former Olympic ski champion Bill Johnson remained in a coma nearly three weeks after a near-fatal racing crash, with a stabilized condition doctors allowed him to be flown to Portland, OR, for the next stage on his rehabilitation and recovery.

Former Olympic Great Jack Shea Dies

News

Jack Shea, America's oldest living Olympic Winter Games gold medalist, died Tuesday, eight hours after being involved in a car accident just a few blocks from his home.

American Men Sweep Halfpipe

Advice

Americans Ross Powers, Danny Kass and J.J. Thomas made history on the halfpipe Monday, giving the United States its first medals sweep in the Winter Olympics in 46 years.

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