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Former two-time World Cup moguls champion and World Championships gold medalist Ann Battelle has decided to retire from international competition.
The U.S. Ski Team announces its formidable 14-member squad for Salt Lake City. Named to the team were five former Olympians.
Eric Bergoust, Jonny Moseley and Ann Battelle head a group of 14 skiers nominated Tuesday to compete next month at the Salt Lake City Olympics.
U.S. World Cup skiers warmed-up for the 2002 Olympic season with many impressive finishes. Check out the highlights from alpine, aerial, snowboard, disabled and nordic U.S. Ski Team athletes.
Sept. 9: Ski and Snowboard fundraisers slated for San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, New York, Salt Lake and Denver.
World Cup freestyle mogul skiing returns to Steamboat Springs, Dec. 14-15, as the Steamboat Ski Area hosts the Sprint U.S. Freestyle Grand National featuring the world's best men and women mogul skiers.
Less than a week after winning her Olympic berth in the U.S. Ski Team Gold Cup, Shannon Bahrke went out Sunday and won her first World Cup moguls event with teammate Hannah Hardaway second.
Members of the U.S. Freestyle Team are in the midst of on-snow training at A-Basin, preparing for the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Reigning World Cup moguls champion AnnBattelle and aerials champion Eric Bergoust top a list of 45 athletes named to the U.S.Freestyle Ski Team for next World Cup season
After disappointment in Germany, Jonny Moseley took first place in France to keep his Olympic hopes alive.
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