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November 15, 2001 | HELENE ELLIOTT and CHRIS DUFRESNE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Nagged by another injury in a seemingly endless succession, Regine Cavagnoud wasn't expected to compete in the opening weekend of the World Cup ski season at Soelden, Austria. But Cavagnoud, the defending World Cup super-giant slalom champion, was impatient to begin pursuing her goal of becoming the overall World Cup champion. She didn't dare to speak of the Salt Lake City Games, not after three previous Olympic disappointments.
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November 15, 2001 | HELENE ELLIOTT and CHRIS DUFRESNE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Nagged by another injury in a seemingly endless succession, Regine Cavagnoud wasn't expected to compete in the opening weekend of the World Cup ski season at Soelden, Austria. But Cavagnoud, the defending World Cup super-giant slalom champion, was impatient to begin pursuing her goal of becoming the overall World Cup champion. She didn't dare to speak of the Salt Lake City Games, not after three previous Olympic disappointments.
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February 28, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Anja Haas of Austria gained her second World Cup victory, the women's downhill at Veysonnaz, Switzerland. Regine Cavagnoud of France was second and Kate Pace of Canada and Heidi Zurbriggen of Switzerland tied for third.
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February 25, 2001 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
Bad weather forced the cancellation of Saturday's World Cup men's races at Snowbasin, but the U.S. Ski Team did manage to make headline news--half a world away. Kirsten Clark claimed her first World Cup victory, winning the downhill at Lenzerheide, Switzerland. Clark, a 23-year-old from Raymond, Maine, won with a time of 1 minute 27.07 seconds, finishing ahead of Regine Cavagnoud of France and Petra Haltmayer of Germany.
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February 12, 2002
The women's Olympic downhill, billed as Picabo Street's last race, was delayed a day when winds that gusted as high as 20 mph near the top of the Wildflower course forced Monday's race to be postponed. The downhill was rescheduled for 9 a.m. PST today. "Obviously it's safety first, then it's fairness second, so I know they made the right decision," Street said. "Of course it's disappointing because we all wanted to race.
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November 1, 2001 | From Associated Press
Champion skier Regine Cavagnoud died Wednesday, two days after slamming into a German coach while training on a glacier. With her family gathered at her bedside, Cavagnoud's respirator was disconnected after tests showed her brain had ceased to function, said Dr. Wolfgang Koller, head of the trauma intensive-care unit at the Innsbruck University Clinic.
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November 23, 2001 | From Staff and Wire Reports
A negligence and assault lawsuit filed in June against the Dodgers and Carlos Perez will include former Dodger shortstop Kevin Elster, the plaintiff's attorney said Wednesday. Elster is the John Doe named in Sandra Komine's Superior Court lawsuit for injuries she says she suffered during a July 2000 airplane ride with the Dodgers, said attorney Bruce Brusavich. Attorneys for the Dodgers and Elster could not be reached for comment. Komine's lawsuit also survived a legal challenge Wednesday.
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March 10, 2001 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Lance Armstrong's U.S. Postal Service team is willing to release its blood samples to French authorities investigating possible drug use during the Tour de France. "We have absolutely nothing to hide," U.S. Postal spokesman Dan Osipow said Friday on the team's Web site. Armstrong came back from testicular cancer to win the 1999 and 2000 Tour de France. He has repeatedly denied taking illegal substances, and U.S. Postal Service officials have said the team respects anti-drug rules. The U.S.
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January 21, 2001 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Texas Christian's LaDainian Tomlinson ran for 88 yards and a touchdown Saturday as the South defeated the North, 21-16, in the Senior Bowl at Mobile, Ala., thanks to two big special-teams plays in the fourth quarter. Arizona's Joe Tafoya blocked a punt, and Kansas State's Jerrod Cooper scooped it up for a 30-yard touchdown with 3:31 to play. Cory Bird of Virginia Tech recovered the ensuing onside kick for the South.
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January 14, 2001 | From Staff and Wire Reports
International Boxing Federation junior-welterweight champion Zab Judah of Brooklyn made the fourth defense of his title a successful one with a 10th-round technical knockout of Reggie Green at Uncasville, Conn. Judah improved to 26-0 with one no-contest. Green fell to 33-5. On the undercard, Olympic silver medalist Ricardo "Rocky" Juarez made a successful pro debut by outpointing Puerto Rico's Pascali Adorno in a four-round featherweight fight.
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