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Kicking Back With Daron Rahlves

Advice

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.

Austria's Goetschl Wins Downhill in Italy

News

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.

Billy Johnson Back on Snow

News

It wasn't an Olympic trial or a 75 mph downhill, but Olympic champion Bill Johnson was back on snow at Mt. Hood.

Miller Wins Gold Cup Slalom

Advice

Bode Miller secured his second U.S. Olympic Team spot when he beat teammate Erik Schlopy on Sunday in the Gold Cup at Snowbasin.

Fleischer Vows He'll be Back

News

U.S. downhiller Chad Fleischer won't yield to injury or give up his Olympic medal dreams. The downhill specialist vows he will be in Utah to cheer on his teammates as well as return for the 2006 Olympics in Italy.

U.S. Alpine Nationals Set for Friday

Advice

Springtime temperatures notwithstanding, Friday's opening of the Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine Championships at Big Mountain, MT is on schedule.

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.

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.

Clark Returns to Sugarloaf, Wins; JJ Wins, Too

News

Kirsten Clark returns to Sugarloaf to win an FIS Downhill; J.J. Johnson opens U.S. champs with victory in the men's race.

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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