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France's Montillet Wins Women's Downhill

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The women's downhill winner was a shocker. Carole Montillet of France, who has never won a World Cup downhill, had a nearly mistake-free run to win in 1 minute, 39.56 seconds.

Olympic Women's Moguls Results

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Final results from the women's moguls competition at Park City, Utah.

Downhill Course Earns Director's Praise

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The men's Olympic downhill course has gone from flop to formidable.

Stowe Gears Up for Olympic Challenge

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Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont brings together many former Olympic athletes this weekend for the Seventh Annual US Olympic Challenge.

Maier May Leave Hospital

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Olympic skiing champ, Herman Maier could be released from the hospital today, where he is recovering from a life-threatening motorcycle accident.

Bearing the Olympic Spirit

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On December 4th, the Olympic flame will begin its nationwide journey, carried by 11,500 remarkable individuals who radiate the Olympic attitude.

Aamodt Leads Combined, Miller 15th

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Bode Miller got off to a poor start Wednesday when he struggled on the downhill portion of the combined event. Kjetil Andre Aamodt of Norway won the downhill portion with a time of 1.38.79.

Women's Downhill Delayed

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High winds delayed the start of the Olympic women's downhill this morning pushing back Picabo Street's quest for a final gold medal. The race is now scheduled to start no earlier than 2 p.m. EST.

Olympic Nordic Combined Team Preps in Predazzo, Italy

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U.S. nordic combined skiers have found screwy winds but, in general, outstanding conditions this week for their pre-Olympic training camp in this area which hosted the 1991 and 2003 World Championships.

Pre-Olympic Season Highlights

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U.S. World Cup skiers warmed-up for the 2002 Olympic season with many impressive finishes. Check out the highlights from alpine, aerial, snowboard, disabled and nordic U.S. Ski Team athletes.

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