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Ski's 2010 Winter Olympics Report, presented by

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[ Thu, 2010-02-25 19:25 ]
Every moment in front of the cameras is good for business.
In this day and age, when Olympic success is linked to endorsements, it’s not simply a matter of winning the most medals; it’s about attracting the most attention.

Everybody loves a girl fight. Especially when the girls are wearing bikinis.

The women’s giant slalom course was the stage for drama yesterday when the slope opera starring U.S. skiers Lindsey Vonn and Julia Mancuso continued. Vonn’s dramatic fall during the first run of the GS forced teammate Mancuso to stop her run halfway down. Vonn broke her pinky in the tumble. Mancuso was unable to regain her momentum in her second run and shed tears in frustration—the GS may have been hers to win, and her always-in-the-spotlight teammate had spoiled her chances. Again.

[ Thu, 2010-02-25 17:11 ]
Viktoria Rebensburg skis to GS gold
Defending Champ Mancuso can't rebound from re-run due to American teammate Vonn's fall

Last year, Viktoria Rebensburg won gold in the GS and the Super GS at the Junior World Ski Championships.

That’s right. Junior championships. 

The 20-year-old German surprised everyone, including herself, by winning gold in her first Olympics today in Vancouver.

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