Once a U.S. Ski Team who guided Ted Ligety towards his first goal medal to now coaching the kids at Ligety's home club, Park City Ski Team director Jesse Hunt says it's thrilling to watch the dedication and hard work at every level. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Tom Kelly, spokesman for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association, was in our studios this week with the latest news on such star athletes as Lindsay Vonn, Billy DeMong, and Kikkan Randall. Rick Brough has more.
SCHLADMING, AUSTRIA (AP) – American Ted Ligety has won his second gold medal at the world championships. Ligety captured the super-combined title Monday with a superb downhill and an even more impressive night slalom run under the lights on the icy Planai course, for a two-run time of 2 minutes, 56.96 seconds.
Ivica Kostelic of Croatia finished second, a distant 1.15 seconds behind, and Romed Baumann of host Austria took the bronze medal, 1.17 back, after leading the downhill leg.