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Ashcroft Commends Olympic Security


Attorney General John Ashcroft believes Salt Lake City's Olympic security preparations are so solid that the Winter Games could be held in Utah regularly.

Olympic Tickets For Sale On Web


Tickets for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, UT will be sold to the public over the internet for the first time in Olympic history.

Canadian Leads Women's Downhill Training


Unheralded Kelly Vanderbeek of Canada led the final training session Tuesday for the women's downhill, while the powerful Austrians braked deliberately and 2002 triple gold medalist Janica Kostelic sat out sick.

Cloud Seeding = Powder Days?


It may sound like science fiction but weather modification programs increase precipitation for public reservoirs and can give some ski resorts a few more inches of snow than a neighboring resort.

Olympic Transit Hopes Riding on Buses


Salt Lake Organizing Committee and Utah transportation officials discuss plans for 2002 Winter Olympics transit.

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 Salt Lake City Olympics.

Cool Gifts for Hot Skiers


Support America's hopefuls as they go for the gold this February. Purchase cool winter gifts; proceeds support the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team.

Maier healing well


Jan. 8: Champ skied Dec. 21, but it's still unclear whether the Austrian skiing star will be able to compete in the Salt Lake City Olympics.

Olympic Torch May Visit Capitol


Plans to carry the Olympic torch past the U.S. Capitol en route to the Winter Olympics could go up in smoke unless Congress grants an exemption to a ban on open flames on Capitol grounds.

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