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Koz Takes Ninth in Sweden for First GS Top-10

News

World Cup leader Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria led both runs Thursday en route to winning the last pre-Olympic giant slalom by more than a second. Kristina Koznick had the second-fastest final run and moved up 10 spots to finish ninth.

Schlopy Wins SL, Vonn Wins Super Series Title

Advice

Erik Schlopy (Park City, UT) won a Chevy Truck Super Series race at Deer Valley Resort, giving him a preview of the '02 Olympic slalom hill.

Utah Prepares for Olympic Traffic

News

Workers for some major Salt Lake City companies will be at the office as early as 4 a.m. next month to avoid downtown traffic snarls during the Winter Olympics.

Four Time Olympic Qualifier Dies

Advice

Gordon Wren, the only American to qualify for four Olympic skiing events, died of cancer at his home in Steamboat Springs, CO on Thursday.

Pequegnot, Kostelic, Schleper take Winter Park slalom

Advice

Nov. 18: Vail kid podiums with World and Olympic champs.

More Battles to Come in U.S.-Austria Skiing Showdown

Advice

America vs. Austria, the ski opera set in the Italian Alps, had a twist _ in Act I.

Lodwick Seeks First-Ever U.S. Medal in Nordic Combined

News

Todd Lodwick hopes to make history at the 2002 Winter Olympics by winning America's first-ever medal in Nordic combined. With two World Cup wins this December, Lodwick is clearly America's best hope.

Johnson Turns 41, Doctors Cautious

Advice

Doctors remain cautiously optimistic about Bill Johnson's condition as the former Olympic ski champion passed his 41st birthday but remained in a coma following brain surgery from a near-fatal racing crash.

Competition Fierce for U.S. Olympic Ski Team

News

The U.S. men's ski team has a numbers problem, and that's great news for the Americans with the Olympics less than a month away.

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