American speedsters primed for home races

4th December, 2014 by

By townsend bessent

BEAVER CREEK — A non-Bode Miller U.S. Men’s Ski Team has a bit of a swagger. And that’s a development. With Miller out with back surgery, hoping to return for the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in February, there was some question as to what the American presence would be in the speed events at Birds of Prey. The U.S. had four racers in the points in the season-opening downhill and super-G in Lake Louise, Alberta, last weekend. The training results have followed in Beaver Creek and the Americans hope to make a dent in the podium in speed, starting …

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