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Star skier Hermann Maier can't remember details of the motorcycle accident that left him with a broken leg and put his career in jeopardy.
Hermann Maier was given the go-ahead to ski Friday, his first time on the slopes since his motorcycle accident last summer.
Three-time World Cup champion Hermann Maier won't compete at the Salt Lake City Olympics because of leg injuries from a motorcycle accident in August.
The Herminator has been through a lot in his ski career, from winning 41 World Cup races to a few spectacular crashes, but nothing compares to the motorcycle accident he incurred on Saturday, August 25, 2001.
Austrian superstar Hermann Maier can't remember details of the motorcycle accident that left him with a broken leg and a 90-degree recovery piste to ascend.
The championship was his for three years. Now, Hermann Maier wants it back.
The man convicted of negligent driving in the traffic accident that nearly cost Olympic skiing champion Hermann Maier his right leg had his fine reduced by a Munich court Thursday.
Olympic and World Cup champion skier Hermann Maier was in stable condition Saturday after seven hours of surgery for injuries from a career-threatening motorcycle accident.
Austrian superstar Hermann Maier suffered a broken right leg when he crashed his motorcycle near Radstadt, Austria while avoiding a car which had turned in front of him.
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