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FIS Junior World Ski Championships

Everything is ready for the JWSC

Mon, Mar 12, 2007 - By Mondiali Juniores

After moving the cross country, nordic combined and ski jumping venue because of poor snow, the Junior Worlds are ready to open with the first competitions starting Tuesday.

Angerer All But Clinches World Cup Title (Again)

Mon, Mar 12, 2007 - By US Ski Team

Odd-Bjoern Hjelmset of Norway won a World Cup 15K classic race Sunday at the Lahti Ski Games, while Germany's Tobias Angerer finished third to all but sewed-up his second straight World Cup title. Kris Freeman was 42nd.

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships

Sergey Shiryaevtests Test Positive for EPO

Mon, Mar 12, 2007 - By FIS

Russian Cross-Country skier, Sergey Shiryaev has tested positive for the use of the Prohibited Substance Erythropoietin (EPO) at the Sapporo FIS Nordic World Ski Championships.

2007 Junior Olympics

Alaska Cup Team Points

Sun, Mar 11, 2007 - By Summit Systems

Alaska Cup Team Points from the 2007 National Junior Olympics

2007 Junior Olympics

2007 Junior Olympics Relay Results

Sun, Mar 11, 2007 - By Summit Systems

Results for 2007 Junior Olympics Relay race on Saturday, March 10 at Soldier Hollow, UT.

Hakkinen 37th, Bailey 46th in Oslo Pursuit

Sun, Mar 11, 2007 - By US Biathlon Team

Oslo, Norway, March 10. Jay Hakkinen moved up three places while Lowell Bailey slipped two spots to 46th in the Men’s 12.5K Pursuit today.

FIS Junior World Ski Championships

World Junior and U23 Championships Pre Camp...

Sun, Mar 11, 2007 - By Matt Whitcomb - TeamToday.org

We’ve been in Italy for three days. We are 17 athletes and 6 coaches strong currently, and on the 11th our PT (April), our wax pilot (Andrew Johnson--arriving from the Engadin Marathon) and the rest of our 24-athlete squad arrive.

FIS Junior World Ski Championships

Junior Worlds and U23 Championships Start Tomorrow

Sun, Mar 11, 2007 - By FIS

Originally scheduled for 29th January- 4th February but postponed due to a lack of snow, the FIS Nordic Junior World Ski Championships and under-23 Cross-Country Championships in Tarvisio (ITA) will begin Monday, 12th March.

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships

Recap of the World Championships

Sun, Mar 11, 2007 - By FIS

The FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Sapporo (JPN) drew to a close last Sunday. In the 18 title events, 14 nations won medals.

NCAA Championships

NMU First Women's Team Ever to Sweep Back-to-Back NCAA Races

Sat, Mar 10, 2007 - By Matias Saari, CCSA

The Wildcat women skied straight into the NCAA history books on Friday. According to the NCAA, no women's team had ever before swept back-to-back races at the same NCAA's (Denver's men pulled it off in 2000).

Randall 7th in Freestyle Sprint at Lahti Ski Games

Sat, Mar 10, 2007 - By US Ski Team

Kikkan Randall finished seventh Saturday in a 1.2K freestyle World Cup sprint at the Lahti Ski Games while Andy Newell had the top U.S. men's result, finishing 14th in their 1.4K sprint.

FIS Marathon Cup

Swedes Dominate 2007 Vasaloppet

Sat, Mar 10, 2007 - By FIS

This year's FIS Marathon Cup has been absolutely dominated by Swedish racers, who have won all but one of the competitions so far this season.

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