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Herminator Leaves Italy to Fight the Flu


Herminator, heal thyself.

Bode Miller Wins Combined at Worlds


Bode Miller captured his first major title Thursday, winning the gold medal in the combined in another excellent showing by the United States at the world championships.

Suzy Rytting Finalist for Texaco Star Award


Former national ski champion, Suzy Rytting, honored for years of community service.

IOC to Keep Olympics in Utah


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.

Olympic Offerings


Whether you are heading to Utah for the Olympics or for a spring ski trip, the state has plenty to offer when it comes to entertainment.

Maier Improving After Accident


Hermann Maier's health is improving after his serious motorcycle accident and team officials expressed hope he might be able to compete at the Olympics.

Utah Officials Defend Olympic Support


Utah officials were smarting Wednesday from charges they used the Winter Olympics to fleece federal taxpayers of $1.5 billion.

Lalive Finishes Second in Downhill Finale


The American, who failed to finish any of her three races in the Salt Lake City Olympics, finished second Wednesday behind overall World Cup champion Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria in the season's final downhill race.

Street 16th in Final Downhill


With kisses for the crowd and a few tears, Picabo Street said goodbye to ski racing. She left with no final victory--and no regrets.

Fleischer Crashes, Blows Knee


U.S. skier Chad Fleischer tore ligaments in his right knee during a World Cup downhill training session Thursday, an accident likely to keep him out of next month's Salt Lake City Olympics.

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