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X Games Hit Aspen, Jan. 22-25

Get out your twin-tips and temporary tattoos: The X Games are hitting Aspen, Colorado again, January 22-25, 2009. This year, skip the snowmobiles for the demolition derby of Skier X (a.k.a. skiercross) – four to six skiers simultaneously careening down a motocross-like course of rollers, bumps, banks, and ridges.

The International Olympic Committee recently announced that the sport will be included in the 2010 Winter Games in Whistler, B.C.

Ski Team Visits U.S. Military in Germany

News

The U.S. Ski Team says thanks to GIs and their families.

Moseley, Battelle Head Olympic Freestyle Team

Competition

The U.S. Ski Team announces its formidable 14-member squad for Salt Lake City. Named to the team were five former Olympians.

U.S. Freestyle Team: Joe Pack

Competition

SKIING's interview with one of the top U.S. freestylers.

Doctor "Pleased" With Johnson Signs

Features

Former Olympic gold medalist Bill Johnson remained in a coma and in critical condition Sunday but doctors were "extremely pleased" with signs of his recovery from a near-death racing crash and four hours of brain surgery.

Olympic Gold Medalist Skier Crashes

Features

Bill Johnson, the 1984 Olympic downhill gold medalist, was critically injured aftercrashing during a race on Big Mountain Resort Thursday.

Chevy Trucks U.S. Alpine Championships to Open Friday

Features

Springtime temperatures notwithstanding, everything is set for Friday's opening of the Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine Championships at Big Mountain, just outside Kalispell.

Doctor Optimistic About Johnson's Recovery

Advice

Former Olympic gold medalist Bill Johnson remained in a coma Wednesday but was in stable condition. Doctors showed cautious optimism toward his signs of recovery from a near-death racing crash and four hours of brain surgery.

U.S. Alpine Championships Downhill Cancelled

News

Warm temperatures and soft snow conditions have forced officials of the 2002 Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine Championships to cancel the men's and women's downhills which had been set for Thursday at Squaw Valley.

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.

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