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Salt Lake Olympic organizers, down to their last 180,000 tickets, enjoyed a post-Christmas boost in sales instead of the expected sales drop.
The former Austrian ski coach who fled the Turin Olympics after a doping raid sued International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge for defamation.
Three cross-country skiers, including multi-medalists Larissa Lazutina of Russia and Johann Muehlegg of Spain, were thrown out of the Winter Games and each stripped of a gold medal for using a drug designed to help kidney patients avoid anemia.
The Evolution Ski Company is making four custom skis to commemorate the upcoming Winter Games in Salt Lake City.
Kjetil Andre Aamodt of Norway captured his second gold medal in four days, beating the favored Austrians to win the super giant slalom Saturday.
Skeletal bleachers rise at the bottom of ski runs. Lights have been cleaned and brightened along the bobsled track. Miles of wires snake over hills and through freshly painted buildings.
Stephan Eberharter clinched his first World Cup downhill title, leading an Austrian sweep of the first five places in Saturday's downhill race in St. Moritz.
Newly crowned world super G champion Daron Rahlves of Sugar Bowl, CA may race in Sunday's Super Series super G on the 2002 Olympic course.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Teams signed a three-year marketing alliance with ZCMI Center Mall and Crossroads Plaza to promote and market their properties.
The Winter Olympics are scaring skiers away from Utah. The Feb. 8-24 Olympics could boost Utah skiing in the long run, but resort operators say it is having the opposite effect right now.
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