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Skiing's 2010 Winter Olympics Report, presented by

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Olympics 2010

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February 19, 2010
After a silver medal in Wednesday's women's downhill, American Julia Mancuso nabbed the silver in Thursday's super combined, which includes a downhill run and a slalom run. Thanks to a gold medal in GS at the Torino Winter Olympics four years ago, that makes Julia the only American female ski racer to win three Olympic medals.
February 18, 2010
Lindsey Vonn and Julia Mancuso made history yesterday when they claimed the gold and silver in the ladies downhill. We were there while they toasted glasses of champagne and celebrated with friends and family.
February 17, 2010
Snow King Resort—Jackson, Wyoming’s town ski hill—is camp to some of France’s Olympic ski racers, who are training out of the public eye until the technical ski events begin in Vancouver. We chatted with French racer and first-time Olympian Tessa Worley, who'll be competing in the GS in Whistler, after some morning training runs about lucky underwear, cowboys, the English word for pick-up truck.
February 17, 2010
After a much hyped shin injury (Lindsey Vonn) and a made-for-TV rivalry (Lindsey and fellow racer Julia Mancuso), the results of today's women's downhill from the Winter Olympic Games in Whistler are finally in. We're so thankful all the hype was worth it.
February 17, 2010
How does the best skier in the world prepare for today's Olympic downhill race? If you're Lindsey Vonn, you bake banana bread and shave your little brother's head. And your family gets together for a regular, 'ol Midwestern party—minus the karaoke and cheese curds.
February 16, 2010
He's back. After a bronze medal win in yesterday's Olympic downhill, Bode celebrated his victory with sushi and sake. Just a normal guy, right? Except, now he has the most Olympic medals of any American skier. Ever.
February 16, 2010
America's rebel ski racer Bode Miller surprises everyone by taking bronze in today's men's downhill in Whistler.
February 15, 2010
One girl's a media darling with a banged up shin and a medley of World Cup victories. The other is a Victoria's Secret-style vixen with a bad back and a gold medal. Ski racer Lindsey Vonn wants what Julia Mancuso's already got: an Olympic gold. You can watch them go head to head during Wednesday's Olympic downhill in Whistler.
February 15, 2010
Alexandre Bilodeau becomes the first Canadian athlete to ever win gold on home soil.
February 14, 2010
Remember the infamous words of Bode Miller from Turin, "I got to party and socialize at an Olympic level"? Well, he was right. Here's a guide to party-hopping Olympic-style.
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