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SKImag.com Exclusive: Racer eX Behind the Scenes at the Men's Giant Slalom

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Remember the part about Kjetil Andre Aamodt sitting out the downhill to concentrate on the technical events? Well, it worked. He didn't quite manage the gold in today's GS, but settled on silver for his 13th medal and second of these Championships.

SKImag.com Exclusive: Racer eX Exposes the Real St. Anton Race Scene

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Today was D-Day, or as they say auf Deutsch, Tag X. Every event and every medal is important at the World Championships, but the downhill is the king daddy of them all.

Rahlves Wins USOC Award

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U.S. Ski Team member Daron Rahlves (Sugar Bowl, CA) has been named the U.S. OlympicCommittee's (USOC) Athlete of the Month for his outstanding performances in January.

Bode Out of Championships

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U.S. Ski Team racer Bode Miller will fly home for evaluation on his injured left knee. According to the U.S. Ski Team's Dr. William Sterett, Miller's left knee is unstable and will need further tests to determine the extent of the injury.

Lalive Ends Ski Championship Injured

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U.S. skier Caroline Lalive will miss the rest of the world championships with a bruised left knee.

Americans Preparing for Olympic Pressures

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With the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City just a year away, the U.S. ski team is using the World Championships as a class in stress management.

World Championships Restart with Half Men's Combined

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As expected, the men's combined slalom is turning into a pure Norwegian and Austrian thing, as the men complete the first run today. Aamodt of Norway (pictured) set the pace for the first slalom run to go into the lead with a time of 45.85 seconds.

Americans Gearing Up For Skiing

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While the powerful Austrians are weighted with high expectations competing at home in the World Alpine Ski Championships, the Americans are preparing surprises.

Sex & Skiing: A Short History

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Few have dissipated as many frivolous years as I compiling dossiers on the sport's most seductive skiers. Among my discoveries is that mature men are attracted by girls with a 36-22-32 build-36 inches of breastwork, a 22 Nastar handicap and 32 years of a

Peak Pursuits

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As the ski world turns its attention this month to the 2001 World Alpine Ski Championships in St. Anton, Austria, we'll see not only a race for titles but an experiment of sorts, a dry run for athletes hoping to peak for the 2002 Olympics.

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