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  • Lindsey Vonn finishes second in World Cup downhill race

     
    Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn finished second in the final World Cup downhill race of the season, maintaining a comfortable lead in the overall title point standings with three races remaining. Maria Riesch of Germany won the event, completing the......
  • Looks like a silver medal for Bode Miller in men's super-G and bronze for Andrew Weibrecht

     
    With all of the top skiers down the mountain, it looks as though U.S. teammates Bode Miller and Andrew Weibrecht will win silver and bronze, respectively, in the men's super-giant slalom. It will be Miller's second medal of the Vancouver......
  • Bode Miller wins silver, Andrew Weibrecht bronze in men's super-G

     
    U.S. teammates Bode Miller and Andrew Weibrecht won silver and bronze, respectively, in the men's super-giant slalom. It is Miller's second medal of the Vancouver Games. Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway won the gold with a time of 1:30.34. Weibrecht,......
  • Julia Mancuso wins silver in women's super combined; Lindsey Vonn falls during slalom run

     
    Julia Mancuso doubled her medal total with a silver in the super combined Thursday. Mancuso won the silver medal in the women's downhill Wednesday. Lindsey Vonn of the U.S., who led after the downhill portion, fell during the slalom and......
  • Bode Miller wins bronze medal in men's downhill

     
    Bode Miller of the U.S. became the most decorated Alpine skier in U.S. history when he won the bronze medal in the men's downhill on Monday in Vancouver. The medal gives Miller three. He won silver in the combined and......
  • Toni Sailer: The most dominant Winter Olympian?

     
    As the world’s best Alpine skiers gather in Whistler for the Vancouver Olympics, they can only dream of having a Winter Games like Austria’s Anton Sailer had in 1956. Alpine skiing is an event where winning and losing are almost......
  • Women's downhill training postponed Sunday

     
    Another day, another delay. Poor weather conditions at Whistler Creekside wrecked yet another day in the Olympic alpine schedule as Sunday's training run for Wednesday's scheduled downhill was washed out because of poor weather conditions. The women...
  • Alpine skiing: Whistler Mountain

     
    Whistler Mountain is the scene of the five Alpine skiing events: downhill, slalom, giant slalom, super-G and super combined. Men and women ski in separate races on two reshaped and contoured courses: the Dave Murray Downhill for the men and......
  • Injury puts Lindsey Vonn's Olympic medal hopes in jeopardy

     
    VANCOUVER, Canada--Lindsey Vonn, the world's top female Alpine skier and a medal contender in five events at the soon-to-begin Vancouver Games, said Wednesday, "I honestly have no idea" whether a right shin bruise suffered in a training run last week........
  • Lindsey Vonn arrives in Vancouver with a smile ... and an injury

     
    The United States Ski Team revealed in a Wednesday morning e-mail that Lindsey Vonn, America's top medal hope in Alpine skiing at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, injured her right shin during a training-run crash last week and will be competing......
  • Bode Miller to ski all five events at 2010 Olympics

     
    Bode Miller, the talented but temperamental Alpine skiing superstar, is ready to go all out in 2010. U.S. men's coach Sasha Rearick, the official who was instrumental in negotiating Miller's return to the ski team last fall, said this week......