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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.
Olympic champion Hans Petter Buraas of Norway will miss the entire ski season and the Salt Lake City Games because of a neck injury.
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.
Kostelic, 20, became the first member of her family to win a medal at the Salt Lake City Games. Her older brother, Ivica, will be a favorite in the men's slalom next week.
At the end of the giant slalom, his last Olympic race, Stephan Eberharter collapsed at the finish area, lying motionless on his side in the snow.
The sense of relief was there for all to see.
Deer Valley Resort awarded 2011 Freestyle World Championships.
Megan Gerety of Anchorage, AK took fourth place on Monday in a super G at the 2001 World Alpine Ski Championships with Regine Cavagnoud of France winning the gold medal by 0.05.
Olympic ski champion Bill Johnson was charged with assaulting an officer and resisting arrest after punching a sheriff's deputy in the face during a traffic stop, police said.
U.S. Ski and Snowboard athletes wrapped up the 2002 Olympic Winter Games with a list of record Olympic performances and achieved the organization's long-stated goal of winning a record ten medals.
Olympic slalom champion Anja Paerson of Sweden, the defending World Cup champion, led the first run Saturday and powered her way to her seventh win of the season.
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