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Paerson Heads to Turin As Favorite

Features

Anja Paerson has has never been injured while competing at the highest level in one of the world's most dangerous sports.

Dawson 1st, Bloom 3rd in Moguls

Advice

Toby Dawson of the United States won a World Cup moguls event Saturday for his second title this season, with countryman Jeremy Bloom finishing third.

Former Austrian Ski Coach Files Lawsuit

News

The former Austrian ski coach who fled the Turin Olympics after a doping raid sued International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge for defamation.

Miller Leads U.S. to 1-2 Finish in SG at World Cup Finals

Advice

Bode Miller led the United States to a 1-2 finish Thursday in the World Cup super-G finale, and Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal clinched the discipline title with a third-place showing.

Tiara and All, Mancuso Crowned Champion

News

They were all there to cheer her on _ sister, mother, father and grandparents. Family means everything to Julia Mancuso.

Austrians Rule the Mountain With 14 Medals

Advice

Fittingly, three Austrians were the last men standing in the final Alpine event of the Turin Olympics.

Un-Flashy Austrian May Shine in Turin

News

He publishes his home address and phone number on his Web site.

American Snowboardcross Alternate Gets Surprise Call

Advice

When it looked like Graham Watanabe's goal of competing in the Turin Olympics would go unfulfilled, he decided to help other Americans win medals in snowboardcross.

Last Chance at Alpine Ski Races Before Olympics

News

Liechtenstein's Marco Buechel was fastest Wednesday during downhill training for the final World Cup races before the Turin Olympics while Daron Rahlves finished 22nd and teammate Bode Miller completed a Dubai vacation.

Eight Olympic Skiers Suspended for Excessive Hemoglobin Levels

Advice

The first whiff of scandal hit the Turin Olympics the day before the opening ceremony, as eight cross-country skiers _ including two Americans and a former gold medalist from Germany _ were suspended for failed blood tests.

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