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Latest Carole Montillet Stories

2006-02-15 11:22:55

By Ossian Shine TURIN (Reuters) - Sobbing in triumph, Austrian skier Michaela Dorfmeister knelt to kiss the Alpine snow on Wednesday as her Olympic dream came true, while in the ice hockey the Italian hosts bit the ice against the might of Canada.

2006-02-15 06:21:05

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2006-02-15 09:35:10

By Ossian Shine TURIN (Reuters) - Kissing the snow and weeping with joy, Michaela Dorfmeister soaked up her Olympic glory on Wednesday after a long-awaited victory in the women's downhill.

2006-02-15 08:55:25

SAN SICARIO, Italy (Reuters) - France's Carole Montillet, the 2002 downhill Olympic champion, surrendered her throne to Austria's Michaela Dorfmeister on Wednesday but vowed to fight back in Sunday's super-G.

2006-02-15 08:27:40

By Clare Fallon SAN SICARIO, Italy (Reuters) - Michaela Dorfmeister won the one prize that has long eluded her with Olympic gold in the women's Alpine skiing downhill on Wednesday.

2006-02-15 07:20:03

SAN SICARIO, Italy (Reuters) - Michaela Dorfmeister won the one prize that has long eluded her with Olympic gold in the women's Alpine skiing downhill on Wednesday.

2006-02-15 06:07:14

By Sophie Hardach SAN SICARIO, Italy (Reuters) - Croatian downhill favorite Janica Kostelic will not start in Wednesday's Olympic downhill race due to a higher than normal pulse rate, her spokesman said.

2006-02-15 05:26:31

By Sophie Hardach SAN SICARIO, Italy (Reuters) - Croatian downhill favorite Janica Kostelic will not start in Wednesday's Olympic downhill race due to a higher than normal pulse rate, her spokesman said.

2006-02-15 05:24:28

By Sophie Hardach SAN SICARIO, Italy (Reuters) - Croatian downhill favorite Janica Kostelic will not start in Wednesday's Olympic race due to a higher than normal pulse, her spokesman said.

2006-02-15 06:37:17

By Elizabeth Piper TURIN (Reuters) - Two bruised and sore women look set to take to the slopes on Wednesday and fight for the showpiece downhill title after suffering nasty falls earlier in the week.


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