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Soaring to Sochi

Soaring to Sochi
Lindsey Van
Lindsey Van brought the I.O.C. to heel. Now can she win an Olympic medal?

The handicappers will be hard on Lindsey Van. She’s going on 29, and has battled serious injury in recent years, starting with a knee-demolishing crash in 2008.

Colorado Special Olympics Return to Copper

More than 300 athletes will compete March 29 and 30 in alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and figure skating.

Copper Mountain, CO…March 25, 2009…Copper Mountain is proud to host the Special Olympics Colorado Winter Games for the 21st year in a row. More than 300 athletes will compete March 29 and 30 in alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and figure skating. Copper is proud to be the official winter training site for all Colorado-based Special Olympics athletes and official host resort for the Special Olympics Colorado Winter Games through 2010.


Norwegian Hetland Wins Men's Sprint

Advice

Tor Arne Hetland of Norway won the gold medal in the men's 1.5-kilometer cross-country sprint Tuesday, edging Peter Schlickenrieder and Cristian Zorzi at the finish line.

Pay For This Year's Skis With Last Year's Cast-offs

News

Ski legend Billy Kidd helps kick off this season's Donate-a-Ski drive, in which skiers can get a tax break in exchange for used skis and equipment.

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