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When the Salt Lake City Winter Games open next week, the American team will shoot for a record medal haul, aided by home fans and a familiar setting
February 09, 1998 | Tim Layden
Just in time to reascend the Olympic medal stand, two crowd pleasers are peaking: Alberto Tomba and Picabo Street. But no non-Teuton will have it easy: The Austrian men have won 21 of 24 races this season, and...
February 02, 1998 | Tim Layden
Hermann Maier of Austria, a mason turned speed demon, is tearing up the circuit like no one in years
February 24, 1997 | Michael Farber
It was all downhill for the U.S. at the worlds—until Hilary Lindh came through
February 17, 1997
Deborah Compagnoni of Italy skis toward victory in the women's slalom de soir at the world Alpine championships in Sestriere, Italy. She later got a daylight gold in the giant slalom.