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  • Rusty but smiling Woods reveals a full set of teeth

    By Mark Lamport-Stokes SCOTTSDALE, Arizona (Reuters) - Tiger Woods, set to compete at the Waste Management Phoenix Open this week for the first time in 14 years, was in a humorous mood on Tuesday as he spoke about his rusty game and a repaired set of teeth. Eight days ago, Woods lost a front tooth…

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  • Miller included in strong U.S. team for worlds

    (Reuters) - Former Olympic champion Bode Miller will have a chance to prolong his career after being included among 26 skiers in a strong United States team for the Feb. 2-15 world championships at Beaver Creek and Vail in Colorado. Miller, who has not raced this season because of lingering back…

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  • Russian skier Khoroshilov wins WCup slalom by huge margin

    Less than a year after the slalom at his home Olympics ended in disappointment, Alexander Khoroshilov gave Russia its first World Cup victory in more than three decades. Khoroshilov used two strong runs to win a night race by a huge margin over Italy's Stefano Gross and Germany's Felix Neureuther…

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  • No toothless Tiger: Woods all smiles for return

    Tiger Woods, who had a front tooth knocked out by a video cameraman last week, displayed a full smile Tuesday after a nine-hole practice round ahead of the Phoenix Open. "Every sport you get teeth knocked out," Woods said. Just down the road from where the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots…

    AFP
  • Sore back and all, Bode Miller makes US roster for worlds

    The Alpine director of the U.S. Ski Team has a healthy - and extremely confident - Lindsey Vonn for the world championships next week in Beaver Creek, Colorado. Still, Patrick Riml is holding out hope that his ''unbelievably strong team'' includes one more familiar name - Bode Miller. It all…

    The Associated Press
  • Alpine Skiing-World Cup Schladming men's slalom results

    Jan 27 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from the World Cup Schladming Men's Slalom after run 2 on Tuesday Run 1 Run 2 Overall 1. Alexander Khoroshilov (Russia) 53.67 52.72 1:46.39 2. Stefano Gross (Italy) 55.30 52.53 1:47.83 3. Felix Neureuther (Germany) 54.46 53.44 1:47.90 4. Fritz Dopfer (Germany)…

    Reuters
  • Winter Olympics Training Without Snow: Moguls

    For Olympics-bound freestyle skiers, snow-free summer months don't mean a break from training. WSJ visited the Olympic Training Facility in Lake Placid, New York, where skiers utilized three ramps and a deep swimming pool to prep for Sochi. Freestyle moguls skier Jeremy Cota explains how the water…

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