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Mancuso Wins; Californians Sweep SG

News

Career eighth title for Mancuso.

Rising Sunapee

Advice

Stately no more (and we mean that in a good way), New Hampshire's lakeshore ski hill is thriving in private hands.

From Hockey Thug to Heli Stud

Gear

Kevin Quinn gets a makeover.

Paerson Leads After First Run of Slalom

Advice

Anja Paerson of Sweden positioned herself for the Olympic gold medal that has long eluded her by skiing the fastest time in the first of two slalom runs Wednesday.

1-2 Punch: Teter, Bleiler Match Men's Feat

Advice

When it comes to snowboarding, the Olympics are America's halfpipe and the rest of the world is just shredding in it.

Longshot Frenchman Swipes DH Gold

Advice

The gold medal was decided, or so everyone thought. Bode, The Herminator and the rest of Alpine skiing's big boys were already done for, and a few were even congratulating the apparent champ at the bottom of the hill.

Eight Olympic Skiers Suspended for Excessive Hemoglobin Levels

Advice

The first whiff of scandal hit the Turin Olympics the day before the opening ceremony, as eight cross-country skiers _ including two Americans and a former gold medalist from Germany _ were suspended for failed blood tests.

Paerson, Rienda Finish Slalom in Dead Heat

Advice

American Julia Mancuso was just hundredths behind Maria Jose Rienda of Spain and Anja Paerson of Sweden to finish 3rd in the final GS before the Olympics.

Kostelic Back at Site of '99 Accident

Advice

Overall World Cup leader Janica Kostelic finally made it down the Corviglia downhill course Thursday _ seven years after crashing here and tearing ligaments in her right leg.

Rocca Wins Slalom Again, Ligety Second

Advice

Giorgio Rocca of Italy remained unbeaten in the slalom this season, capturing a World Cup race Sunday in which Ted Ligety of the United States finished a career-best second despite a costly mistake on a treacherous and icy slope.

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