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Killy loved the mountains of Iran-and its people- for good reason.
After Andrine Flemmen's win in Solden, Austria, we traveled back to Norway and received a very nice welcome home.
I walked into the Hotel lobby in Lom, Norway, more than a little apprehensive, considering it was my first ski camp as head coach of the Norwegian Women's World Cup Ski Team.
Hermann Maier's health is improving after a serious motorcycle accident and Austrian officials expressed hope he might be able to compete at the Olympics.
World Cup champion Janica Kostelic might postpone her comeback from knee surgery and miss the North American leg of the women's World Cup races.
Super-G skiing champion Regine Cavagnoud died Wednesday at the Innsbruck University Hospital of head injuries sustained two days before in a collision with a German ski coach.
Pressured to win on the World Cup circuit in order to supply the women's field with a dominant figure, Kostner is also being pressured back home to lift Italian skiing out of the doldrums.
The condition of the German ski coach involved in the accident that killed Regine Cavagnoud has improved, his doctor said Thursday.
Olympic and world champion Hermann Maier fell hard during a giant slalom training run today and received a slight concussion, but is expected to race Saturday in the World Cup downhill.
Former ski greats joined thousands of others in a final tribute to Regine Cavagnoud in her Alpine village amid debate over dangerously high speeds in the sport.
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