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Alan Alborn and four others jumpers have been nominated to the 2002 Olympic Team, the U.S. Ski Team announced Thursday.
Jan. 8: Champ skied Dec. 21, but it's still unclear whether the Austrian skiing star will be able to compete in the Salt Lake City Olympics.
Kirsten Clark finished 13th Saturday as four U.S. women scored World Cup points behind Austrian Renate Goetschl, who won a downhill over World Cup DH leader Isolde Kostner of Italy.
World downhill champion Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria had the fastest second run Saturday en route to winning a World Cup giant slalom by more than a second while Kristina Koznick was 14th.
World Champion ski racer, Daron Rahlves, has a lot on his mind this winter -the Olympics, his World Cup points, incessant travel through Europe, plus his new house and Nation.
Fritz Strobl strengthened his bid for a spot on Austria's powerful Olympic team by winning a World Cup super giant slalom Saturday on a tough course. U.S. star Daron Rahlves was ninth.
It wasn't an Olympic trial or a 75 mph downhill, but Olympic champion Bill Johnson was back on snow at Mt. Hood.
Bode Miller secured his second U.S. Olympic Team spot when he beat teammate Erik Schlopy on Sunday in the Gold Cup at Snowbasin.
Austria's Renate Goetschl recorded her first downhill victory of the season Saturday in what might have been Picabo Street's last World Cup race. American Kirsten Clark finished 13th.
Springtime temperatures notwithstanding, Friday's opening of the Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine Championships at Big Mountain, MT is on schedule.
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