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U.S. ski and snowboard officials will heighten security measures for World Cup and Olympic qualifying events this winter following last month's terrorist attacks.
The women's downhill was postponed Monday due to high winds. A new date has not yet been set.
World Cup racers will have to wait until next year to compete on the Grizzly course at Snowbasin, UT. The downhill was cancelled for three straight days due to heavy snow.
Kjetil Andre Aamodt of Norway captured his second gold medal in four days, beating the favored Austrians to win the super giant slalom Saturday.
U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft took a firsthand look at alpine security measures before skiing down a mountain Saturday as he assessed preparations for the Winter Games.
After a cancellation and four postponements, the women's downhill finally got underway Tuesday on the Wildflower course at Snowbasin
Picabo Street proved her recovery is on track as she won a Nor Am downhill at Whistler, BC. Fellow American, Marco Sullivan won the men's race by nearly half a second.
Daniela Ceccarelli was born to ski. It just took her a long time to become a winner. The Italian picked the perfect spot for her first international victory, winning the Olympic super giant slalom Sunday.
Salt Lake Olympic organizers, down to their last 180,000 tickets, enjoyed a post-Christmas boost in sales instead of the expected sales drop.
Caroline Lalive's hopes of joining Bode Miller as an American medalist in the combined event disappeared when she fell in the slalom and dropped out of the event, won by Croatia's Janica Kostelic.
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