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Olympic champion Hans Petter Buraas of Norway will miss the entire ski season and the Salt Lake City Games because of a neck injury.
World Cup ski races in North America will proceed as scheduled despite military action in Afghanistan in response to the Sept. 11 attacks.
Switzerland's Sonja Nef captured a World Cup giant slalom Sunday, winning her favorite event for the first time this season.
Olympic silver medalist Shannon Bahrke successfully defended her women's dual moguls national title Friday, while Toby Dawson unseated 2001 men's champion Garth Hager.
Kjetil Andre Aamodt of Norway captured his second gold medal in four days, beating the favored Austrians to win the super giant slalom Saturday.
Three-time World Cup champion Hermann Maier won't compete at the Salt Lake City Olympics because of leg injuries from a motorcycle accident in August.
The USOC wants Brighton to end their current ad campaign, which boasts: ``Proud host of ZERO Olympic events.''
The head coach of the U.S. men's national Alpine ski team is staying on another year to keep some continuity following the usual staff changes that come after an Olympics.
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About 300 people who signed up to volunteer or work for the Winter Olympics have been rejected during criminal background checks.
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