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Skiers Threaten Petition to Have Olympic SG Moved


The debate over the new women's course for the Olympics grew Saturday when several top skiers threatened to sign a petition urging another site for the super giant slalom at next year's Turin Games.

Olympics Likely Over for Kostelic, Kildow


Two of the biggest names in women's Alpine skiing could miss the last race of the Turin Games.

Maier Says He's Not Entirely Healthy


Hermann Maier is back in the Italian Alps, happy to have rested at home in Austria for four days but not entirely healthy and not talking with the self-assuredness of Olympics past.

Battered French Skier Returns to Slopes


Her body bandaged, her face bruised and reddened, Carole Montillet-Carles was determined not to relinquish her title without a struggle.

Herminator Leaves Italy to Fight the Flu


Herminator, heal thyself.

Mancuso Knows Her Boots are Made for Skiing


Ask Julia Mancuso why she's suddenly a threat to win a medal at the Olympics and she has a simple answer: It's the boots, stupid.

Paerson, Rienda Finish Slalom in Dead Heat


American Julia Mancuso was just hundredths behind Maria Jose Rienda of Spain and Anja Paerson of Sweden to finish 3rd in the final GS before the Olympics.

Ahonen Pursues First Individual Olympic Medal in Ski Jumping


Janne Ahonen was just 16 when he first won a World Cup ski jumping event.

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