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USOC President Hybl To Step Down

Advice

The U.S. Olympic Committee will start with a clean slate of leaders at least a year before the scandal-plagued 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City.

IOC to Keep Olympics in Utah

News

The IOC will keep the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City and review every aspect of its security operations following terrorist attacks in the United States.

SLOC Names New Names for Olympic Venues

News

Forget the Delta Center. During the 2002 Winter Games, Olympic organizers want it to be called the Salt Lake Ice Arena.

Austrians Say Maier Might Bounce Back

Advice

The Herminaotor can't be counted out quite yet. Doctors and physical therapists believe the highly motivated champ may just make the Salt Lake games.

Street Shoots for Olympic Gold After Remarkable Comeback

News

Last week--three years, eight months and 17 days after a horrific crash in Crans Montana, Switzerland--Street stood at the bottom of the downhill course at Lake Louise with the lead in a World Cup race.

Eberharter Wraps-up Super G Title

News

Austria's Stephan Eberharter added the super-G title to his World Cup overall and downhill championships Thursday, while Didier Cuche captured his first career super-G victory.

Aamodt Leads Combined, Miller 15th

Advice

Bode Miller got off to a poor start Wednesday when he struggled on the downhill portion of the combined event. Kjetil Andre Aamodt of Norway won the downhill portion with a time of 1.38.79.

Gerg Wins First Downhill, Street Tenth, Clark Eleventh

News

Hilde Gerg of Germany won the first of back-to-back women's World Cup downhills Friday on the tight Zwoelferkogl course. U.S. skiers Picabo Street and Kristin Clark finished tenth and eleventh respectively.

New Daily Flights to Sun Valley

News

This winter more daily non-stop flights to Sun Valley, ID, should make getting to the ski resort that much easier.

Italy's Belmondo Wins First Gold of the Games

Advice

Stefania Belmondo of Italy won the first gold medal of the Winter Olympics on Saturday, taking the women's 15-kilometer freestyle cross-country race in 39 minutes, 54.4 seconds.

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