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Johnson's Latest Comeback

Competition

In 1984 Bill Johnson seemed invincible. But on March 22, he was far from it.

Johnson Vows to Ski Again

Travel

Two months after a death-defying crash, former Olympic downhill champion Bill Johnson says that he plans to ski again.

Skier Johnson Shows Improvement

Features

Bill Johnson continued to make small gains Thursday in his recovery from a devastating skiing accident in Montana that left the 1984 gold medalist in a coma.

Skier Johnson Moved To New Hospital

Features

Former Olympic downhill champion Bill Johnson, who has been in a coma since a crash at Big Mountain ski resort last month, was moved Wednesday to a Portland hospital to be closer to family.

Olympic Champion Still in Coma

Features

The diagnosis says Bill Johnson is comatose. Johnson remained hospitalized in a coma Sunday, three days after sustaining severe head trauma after crashing during an FIS downhill, but doctors were very encouraged and impressed by his progress.

Olympic Champion Still in Coma

Features

The diagnosis says Bill Johnson is comatose. To his family, the tears and his four fingers suggest the former Olympic downhill champion is as determined as ever

Doctor "Pleased" With Johnson Signs

Features

Former Olympic gold medalist Bill Johnson remained in a coma and in critical condition Sunday but doctors were "extremely pleased" with signs of his recovery from a near-death racing crash and four hours of brain surgery.

Olympic Gold Medalist Skier Crashes

Features

Bill Johnson, the 1984 Olympic downhill gold medalist, was critically injured aftercrashing during a race on Big Mountain Resort Thursday.

Johnson's Condition Still Critical

Advice

Olympic champion Bill Johnson remained in extremely critical condition Friday afternoon after a ski racing crash at the U.S. Alpine Championships in Big Mountain, MT, but his condition remains stable.

Johnson Turns 41, Doctors Cautious

Advice

Doctors remain cautiously optimistic about Bill Johnson's condition as the former Olympic ski champion passed his 41st birthday but remained in a coma following brain surgery from a near-fatal racing crash.

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