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Olympic medalist and World Cup leader Shannon Bahrke won her second moguls contest of the season. Defending World Cup champ Jeremy Bloom earned his first podium of the season, finishing second.
Americans Travis Cabral and Shannon Bahrke clinched moguls titles Saturday at the final World Cup meet of the season.
Defending World Cup champion Jeremy Bloom won his second his second contest of the season on Sunday.
Colorado football player Jeremy Bloom qualified for the moguls finals at the World Freestyle Championship.
Nineteen athletes, led by seven 2002 Olympians, were named Monday to represent the U.S. Ski Team at the 2003 FIS Freestyle World Championships at Deer Valley.
Defending moguls champ Jeremy Bloom returned impressively to World Cup skiing Thursday, finishing fourth while Tapio Luusua of Finland won and Travis Mayer finished second.
Olympic medalist Shannon Bahrke and Toby Dawson pulled off an American sweep of a World Cup moguls events Saturday night as seven U.S. skiers made the finals.
The U.S. picked up its first medal of the Games on Saturday as Shannon Bahrke won silver in the women's mogul event.
World Cup freestyle mogul skiing returns to Steamboat Springs, Dec. 14-15, as the Steamboat Ski Area hosts the Sprint U.S. Freestyle Grand National featuring the world's best men and women mogul skiers.
Germany's Sandra Schmitt won the women's mogul event at Madarao Kogen, Japan and Finland's Sami Mustonen claimed the victory for the men's mogul event.
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