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The biggest early season lineup of international ski racing in Colorado history kicks off Nov. 15, with the Chevy Truck Super Series at Loveland.
Shaun White turned this into another red-white-and-blue day on the Olympic halfpipe.
Erik Schlopy shook off a 10-minute course hold on hissecond run Friday and then stormed to his fourth straight victory in a Nature Valley Alpine Cup slalom.
Klaus Kroell clocked the fastest training time Friday to secure the final berth on Austria's Olympic downhill team.
Hometown hero Todd Lodwick, who won the inaugural Gold Cup in 1998, made it look easy Wednesday as he cruised to his second Gold Cup triumph.
Caroline Lalive (Steamboat Springs, Colo.), who was nominated to her third Olympic Team Wednesday, will return to the USA on Friday for knee surgery, the U.S. Ski Team said.
Using a new pair of Atomic skis, hometown favorite Erik Schlopy continuedhis recovery from bronchitis when he claimed the U.S. Ski Team Gold Cup men's giant slalom Saturday and earned awild-card position on the U.S. Olympic team.
Austria's Benjamin Raich overcame a late mistake Saturday to win a World Cup giant slalom, the last before next month's Olympics, and overtake Daron Rahlves atop the overall standings.
Fritz beat Josef in a battle of the Strobls as Austrian skiers swept the first four spots Saturday in a World Cup downhill race.
Alan Alborn and four others jumpers, including three teenagers, have been nominated to the 2002 Olympic Team.
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