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2004 Gold Medal Ski Shops


To the trade, they're known "specialty" shops, because skiing is what they do best.

U.S. Skiers Set for Summer of Training


Overall, it was a pretty good year for the U.S. Ski Team. Now, with the Olympics on their minds, U.S. skiers look toward a summer of serious training.

Mendes Breaks Ankle During Slalom Run


Jonna Mendes, who won the giant slalom yesterday, was taken off the course in a toboggan Wednesday after breaking her right ankle during a second-run slalom crash at the U.S. Alpine nationals.

600 in Nastar Finals at Beaver Creek


More than 600 skiers from across the nation are descending on the Vail Valley for the CharlesSchwab Nastar National Championships this Saturday and Sunday at Beaver Creek Resort in Colorado.

Independent Koznick Raises Money


Kristina Koznick's season of independence was also a season of trial. She left the U.S. Ski Team last summer after falling in love with a coach, then spent $125,000 from savings and personal fund-raising to race independently on the World Cup circuit.

Billy Johnson in Coma After Crash


Bill Johnson is in a coma after crashing during a downhill run at the NorAm races in Big Mountain, Mont., yesterday.

Closest Race Goes to Schlopy and Puckett


Erik Schlopy came out of No. 31 start Saturday to deadlock Puckett for the win in theclosest race in U.S. championships history. Defending champion Daron Rahlves was third just .01 back.

Chevy Trucks U.S. Alpine Championships to Open Friday


Springtime temperatures notwithstanding, everything is set for Friday's opening of the Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine Championships at Big Mountain, just outside Kalispell.

Youth is Served: Kostelic Wins World Cup Overall Title


Jana Kostelic, Croatia's 19-year-old skiing sensation, became the second youngest woman to win the overall World Cup title.

Gerg Wins Last Women's Downhill


Hilde Gerg of Germany won the last women's World Cup downhill of the season Thursday,just ahead of Isolde Kostner of Italy, who clinched the season's downhill title for the first time.

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