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Alpine skiing experts will tell you the giant slalom, demanding a combination of raw speed and refined turning ability over two runs of about 75 seconds each, is the best measure of pure skills in the sport.
Then there's this: "Sources say [Lysacek] is still hung up on his ice dancer ex, Tanith Belbin, who caused a stir when she roomed with Evan's skating rival, Johnny Weir, in the Olympic Village." Uh, what kind of stir?
Were people afraid she'd come out of the room wearing too much glitter? says that Elin Nordegren was "devastated" by Tiger Woods' public apology because he had promised her he would mention their marriage only briefly and instead he said her name eight times.
In 2008, Miller and Lindsey Vonn helped the United States sweep the men's and women's overall World Cup titles for the first time in 25 years.
With 32 World Cup victories, he is the most successful American alpine ski racer of all time.
Evan Lysacek, the Anna to Johnny Weir’s Elsa, won gold in Vancouver without doing any, while the silver medalist, Evgeni Plushenko, landed quads in both his short and long programs.
Many skating fans cried foul at that, so there’s a lot of pressure on this year’s men to successfully land at least one of skating’s most difficult jump.
Longtime Associated Press photographer and skiing beat expert Armando Trovati died Sunday, Aug. After covering Olympics and world championships for decades, Trovati crowned his career by being named Chief of Photography for all sports at the 2006 Turin Olympics with the Games’ organising committee.Trovati also documented the entire career of three-time Olympic champion Alberto Tomba, becoming friendly with the Italian and even helping to protect the skier from invasive paparazzi at nightly celebrations.The pipe-smoking Trovati concluded his career by capturing images of the golden age of the US Ski Team, led by Bode Miller and Lindsey Vonn.Plenty of guys can do them—hell, skating revolutionary Surya “Backflip” Bonaly was trying them back in 1989—but this is maybe the first Olympics where they’ll be necessary for a guy to win.Gold medalist Switzerland's Didier Defago (C), silver medalist Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal (L) and bronze medalist USA's Bode Miller pose with their medals during the victory ceremony for the Men's Downhill competition at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, at Whistler Creekside in Whistler, Canada, February 15, 2010.