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Italy's Karen Putzer took the first-run lead Thursday in a World Cup giant slalom and went on to collect her second consecutive victory. Sarah Schleper led four American women into the top 30, finishing in a tie for eighth place.
Former two-time World Cup moguls champion and World Championships gold medalist Ann Battelle has decided to retire from international competition.
Another winter storm moved into Colorado this past weekend, continuing the consistent snowfall the state has experienced for the last eight weeks.
Odds and ends in SKI country.
Steamboat's cowboy image remains a reality in this Western town, but it's the snow, not the Stetsons, that will keep you coming back.
Steamboat's $2 million capital improvement program for the 2002-03 season is designed to improve a variety of facilities across the resort and greatly enhance the overall resort experience.
The U.S. Ski Team announces its formidable 14-member squad for Salt Lake City. Named to the team were five former Olympians.
Bode, Rahlves, Picabo, and Koz head the 22-person U.S. Olympic Team.
Janica Kostelic becomes the first member of her family to medal in Salt Lake City. Her older brother, Ivica, will be a favorite in next week's men's slalom.
Koz ties with Marlies Oester for her fifth career World Cup, while fellow American Sarah Schleper takes fifth.
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