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Bode Miller's victory in the downhill last week was only the fifth in that event by a U.S. skier in world championship or Olympic competition. Here are the other four Americans to accomplish the feat.
May 26, 2003 | Compiled by Luis Fernando Llosa
Founded in Cleveland in 1960, Mark McCormack's company has ballooned into a $1.3 billion global Goliath that represents more than 1,250 athletes and artists. Its 2,500 employees work in 80 offices scattered across 32...
February 04, 2002 | Tim Laydan
Olympic downhill runs have rarely found a place among the most revered World Cup courses. "There's a reason for that," says four-time U.S. Olympic downhiller AJ Kitt. "In the Olympics you get [less-skilled] racers...
April 05, 1999 | Franz Lidz
Twenty-five years have passed since O.J. Simpson first took part in the Superstars competition, yet the 10 events that comprise this weekend's taped CBS Sports Spectacular from Montego Bay include no commemorative...
April 25, 1994
Hiag BrownPORTLANDBrown, a senior sociology major and wrestler at Portland State, beat 1993 champion Jim Gale of Mankato State 3-1 for the Division II 150-pound title. Brown, who won his first national crown, at 126...