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A downhill race on the 2002 Olympic course at Snowbasin, UT brought the women's Chevy Truck Super Series season to a close on Sunday.
Italy's Isolde Kostner held off a sizzling charge from unheralded American Alison Powers in a World Cup downhill Thursday and went on to win by two-hundredths of a second. Kirsten Clark popped the best result of her career, finishing ninth, .32 out.
Marco Sullivan made quite an impression in his first Olympic downhill yesterday, finishing ninth to put him eighth among the top U.S. finishes in Olympic history.
On the slopes of Snowbasin, where Olympic downhill and super-G skiers will race in February, construction crews are racing winter's arrival.
Even though snow may be on the minds of many Utah residents, the recent stretch of warm weather in Utah helps to keep construction projects for the 2002 winter Olympics on track.
Geoffrey Stephenson of Wilson, WY and Brett Fischer WinterPark, CO claimed the best times in the Super Series downhill finals at Snowbasin, UT.
Whoever assumes life after ski racing only leads to gear endorsements and coaching hasn't heard of champion turned course designer Bernhard Russi.
Picabo Street's famed Olympic career will end Monday, not far from where it began in Sun Valley, Idaho, and there's only one way she wants to go out, with a gold medal around her neck.
Jakub Fiala of Breckenridge, CO and Canadian Mike Giannelli took home wins on Sunday's Super Series SG at Snowbasin, UT.
Scott Macartney of Redmond, WA won the first race on Friday at the Olympic downhill course for the Chevy Truck Super Series at Snowbasin, UT.
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