Park City teen wins World Cup ski jumping crystal globe
Oslo, Norway • Sarah Hendrickson clinched the overall women's World Cup ski jumping championship a week ago. The 17-year-old from Park City hoisted the crystal globe trophy after finishing with yet another victory in the final World Cup event of the …
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High-flying ski jump action in Whistler
By Robert Underhill, Special To The Province March 20, 2012 At the end of the month, the thrill of international ski jumping competition re-turns to the Whistler Olympic Park (WOP) for the very first time since the 2010 Winter Games.
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Austria wins World Cup ski jump team event in Lahti
LAHTI, Finland — Austria won a team ski jumping World Cup on Saturday. Germany was second and Poland third. Austria totaled 892.1 points for the four jumps, led by Thomas Morgenstern's individual score of 234.6 points for a jump of 94 meters.
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Jumping off point
By Stan Grossfeld BRATTLEBORO, Vt. – When most ski jumpers climb to the summit of Harris Hill, they can see all the way to New Hampshire. But Karin Friberg, 22, who routinely trains with the US women's ski jumping team, can see Sochi, Russia.
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