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.
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.
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.
For the seventh time, Durango Mountain Resort will host the National Off-Road Bicycle Association's (NORBA) National Championship Finals August 26-29. Durango and DMR have long played host to some of the most exciting mountain biking races in the country and this year's competition is sure to deliver.
World champion Hannah Kearney (Norwich, VT) finished third and World Cup rookie David Digravio (Farmington, ME) reached his first podium Wednesday as the World Cup moguls schedule resumed after the Olympics.