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Ski's 2010 Winter Olympics Report, presented by

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[ Thu, 2010-02-11 20:22 ]
Lindsey Vonn Head Skis 2
Lindsey Vonn appears to be on the mend, after divulging a potentially medal-threatening injury to her shin.

Lindsey Vonn appears to be on the mend today, after divulging a potentially medal-threatening injury to her shin to the Today Show yesterday morning. On Wednesday, America's big hope for Olympic ski gold told Matt Lauer she had bruised her shin, calling the injury "excruciatingly painful" and reporting that the "muscle is bleeding." But by Thursday morning Vonn was out on the mountain and inspecting the course -- on skis.

[ Thu, 2010-02-11 17:43 ]
Shaun White gold
Not enough, apparently. The real money is in endorsements, and our skiers—and, ahem, snowboarders—have got 'em.

Forbes Magazine has put out a list of top-earning athletes competing in the 2010 Olympics. This is a little embarrassing to admit, but the Winter Olympic athlete with the biggest income isn't one of our own. No, that perk goes to, well, a snowboarder: With sponsorship deals from Burton, Red Bull and Oakley, among many others, Shaun White pulled down $7.5 million last year.

[ Thu, 2010-02-11 12:36 ]
Lindsey Vonn's Olympic Helmet by Uvex
You don’t need to be a great skier to make it onto an Olympic racecourse this year. In fact, you don’t need to be a skier at all.

UPDATE:

[ Wed, 2010-02-10 12:52 ]
Lindsey Vonn Head Skis
In an interview with Today's Matt Lauer this morning, Lindsey Vonn revealed that she sustained a deep and serious bruise on her shin.

Maybe there is something to this Sports Illustrated cover jinx.

 

Olympics 2010: Swifter Higher Stronger

Olympics 2010: Swifter Higher Stronger
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The world's best skiers dare to do what we mortals can only dream. Here's a guide on who to watch—and what to watch for—as Olympic history unfolds.

GUIDE TO THE GAMES: The IOC goes new school, the Americans are a thundering force to beat, and Bode...well, who knows what Bode will do. From how it works to who to watch, here's all you need to know.

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