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B. 2016-03-16 Peter Fill wins downhill shootout in St. Moritz St. Moritz, Switzerland
2. 2016-02-27 Lindsey Vonn suffers hairline knee fracture in crash Andorra, Southern France
D. 2016-01-23 Lindsey Vonn breaks record with 37th downhill win Cortina D’Ampezzo, Northern Italy
E. 2015-01-18 Vonn equals World Cup record Cortina d'Ampezzo, Northern Italy
2015-01-05 2 US ski team prospects killed in avalanche Rettenbach, Soelden, Austria
G. 2014-02-22 Finland routs U.S. 5-0 for hockey bronze Sochi
H. 2014-02-22 Dutch wrap speed skating with 23 medals Sochi

Extreme skier dies from injuries in Chile avalanche Map of Farellones Chile  Swedish skier Matilda Rapaport, 30, who was taking part in a film shoot died from her injuries after she got caught in an avalanche in Chile Peter Fill wins downhill shootout in St. Moritz Map of St. Moritz Switzerland   Switzerland: Fill became the first Italian to clinch alpine skiing's World Cup downhill title after winning a four-man shootout in the season's final race Lindsey Vonn suffers hairline knee fracture in crash Map of Andorra France  Southern France: The American ski star was evacuated off the slope by sled after crashing about 50 seconds of the way during a super-G event Lindsey Vonn breaks record with 37th downhill win Map of Cortina D%92Ampezzo Italy  Northern Italy: The American topped Canada’s Larisa Yurkiw by 0.28 seconds to claim a win in Italy, racing the Olympia Della Tofane course Vonn equals World Cup record   Northern Italy: American skier Lindsey Vonn clinched World Cup victory number 62 Sunday, equaling the all-time record which has stood for 35 years   2 US ski team prospects killed in avalanche Map of Rettenbach Soelden Austria  Austria: An avalanche struck the Alps slopes where 2 of America's brightest young ski prospects were training for an international competition Finland routs U.S. 5-0 for hockey bronze. Sochi Dutch wrap speed skating with 23 medals. Sochi Chapuis leads French skicross medal sweep. Sochi Sweden tops Slovenia, on to hockey semis. Sochi Dutch skaters clean up again. Sochi Pierre Vaultier wins gold in the men's snowboard cross. Sochi Slovenia’s Maze takes gold in giant slalom. Sochi Sweden win men's cross country relay. Sochi Netherlands completes sweep in women's 1500m skating. Sochi Brodka upsets big names in long track 1500 meters. Sochi Anna Fenninger takes the women's Super G title. Sochi France's Fourcade wins 2nd biathlon gold. Sochi Dutchman Stefan Groothuis takes 1,000m speed skating title. Sochi Dutch twins fly into history books. Sochi   Schumacher injured in skiing accident in France Map of Meribel France
Lindsey Vonn misses medals in super G as Ester Ledecka earns shock win Map of Pyeongchang South Korea


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Feb.16
   South Korea: Czech Republic's Ester Ledecka claimed a shock victory in the women's super G as American Lindsey Vonn missed out on a medal on her Olympic return


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Dec.29
  Southern France: Seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher has suffered a head injury while skiing in Meribel, France



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Feb.26
  Turin: The Torino Olympics have a closing ceremony in the form of a carnival celebration marking the finish of 17 days.    The 2.5 hour ceremony, twinning carnival with a circus theme, drew to a close a Games as a major success The Games were among th...
Feb.25   Greis collects third biathlon gold  Italy: The final biathlon gold medals of the Olympics went to German Michael Greis and Anna Carin Olofsson of Sweden Feb.23 Arakawa wins historic skating gold  Northern Italy: Shizuka Arakawa captured Japan's first ever Olympic figure skating gold with victory in the women's event Feb.20 Navka, Kostomarov seized ice dance gold  Italy: Tatiana Navka and Roman Kostomarov keep alive Russia's chances of sweeping all 4 figure skating titles Feb.16 Plushenko storms to skating glory  Italy: Yevgeny Plushenko performed a pulsating free skate to win the men's title outclassing world champion Lambiel Smigun clinches second gold medal   Turin: Estonian became the first athlete to win 2 gold medals at the Torino Winter Olympics Feb.13 Pairs drama as Russians take gold  Italy: Tatiana Totmianina and Maxim Marinin capture Russia's 12th successive Winter Olympics pairs title Feb.12 Deneriaz flies to downhill victory  Italy: Frenchman took the gold in the men's downhill at the Winter Olympics with a heroic challenge in Sestriere Feb.11 Germany's Greis claims first gold   Turin: Biathlete Michael Greis won the opening gold medal of the Torino Winter Olympics after a near-perfect performance Feb.10 Torino Olympics open in spectacular style
  Turin: The 20th Winter Olympics has got under way with an opening ceremony to showcase Italian culture


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Jan.29 Golden Miller clinches title glory  Italy: American has won the super-G world title, eclipsing favorite Maier and finishing ahead of a trio of Austrians

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Jul.2 2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver
  Czech Republic: The International Olympic Committee selected Vancouver over bids from Salzburg, Austria, and Pyeongchang, South Korea


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Feb.9 First gold of Winter Games  Utah: Stefania Belmondo is winning the women's 15-kilometer mass-start freestyle cross-country race

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Dec.29 Strobl leads another Austrian sweep. Italy


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