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  1. Stassel soars to fourth in Istanbul big airRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News

    Olympic snowboarder Ryan Stassel of Anchorage missed the podium by a narrow margin Saturday when the World Cup came to Turkey for the first time in history. With a crowd of 10,000 watching at Istanbul's Technical University Stadium, Stassel placed fourth in the big air competition.

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  2. Gus Kenworthy wins Dew TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Park Record

    Olympic silver medalist Gus Kenworthy took home his first slopestyle Dew Tour title and fellow Olympic medalist Nick Goepper finished third on the final day of the 10th annual Dew Tour in Breckenridge, Colorado. Kenworthy posted the two highest scores of the day and landed two solid runs in a course challenged by weather with heavy snow falling and creating a soft, slow course and near whiteout conditions at times.

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  3. Like the Wild West': Breck celebrates 30 years of snowboardingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | The Summit Daily News

    JJ Thomas goes large in the Peak 8 superpipe during the 2004 Chevy U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix at Breckenridge. 1984: Breckenridge becomes the first major Colorado resort to allow snowboarding.

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  4. MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    American teenager Ty Walker claimed her maiden World Cup win as Turkey hosted a first-ever event of its kind with a spectacular snowboard big air event for both men and women. Walker shone as Golet Yolu square, right on the campus of Istanbul's University of Technology, was transformed; Belgian former world slopestyle champion Seppe Smits delighting the Europeans on show with victory in the men's.

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  5. American Vonn captures women's World Cup downhill eventRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | CBC News

    American skier Lindsey Vonn won a World Cup downhill race Saturday on the same French course where she re-injured her troublesome right knee one year ago. American skier Lindsey Vonn won a World Cup downhill race Saturday in Val D'isere, France on the same course where she re-injured her troublesome right knee one year ago, clinching a 61st career victory to continue her strong comeback following two operations.

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  6. Major sporting upsets of 2014Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Star Online

    "Historic Disgrace" screamed the Folha de S.Paulo's headline, as a shocked nation digested a 7-1 World Cup semi-final defeat by Germany on home soil. While many pundits had speculated that this Brazil side lacked the sparkle of previous vintages, nobody predicted they would suffer perhaps the greatest shame in their illustrious footballing past.

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  7. Lawrenceburg Olympic Star Nick Goepper Admits Vandalizing CarsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Advance Indiana

    An Olympic bronze medal winner from Lawrenceburg, Indiana confessed to local police his responsibility for causing more than $8,000 in damages to several cars during a vandalism spree this past August according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Nick Goepper, who won a bronze medal in skiing at the 2014 winter Olympics, told Lawrenceburg officials he vandalized the cars during a return trip home this summer by throwing rocks at them after suffering an anxiety attack and a bout with depression.

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  8. Indiana Olympian Nick Goepper charged with criminal mischief in August vehicle ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nanaimo Daily News

    An Olympic medallist from Indiana faces a charge of criminal mischief after police say he threw rocks at vehicles and caused more than $8,000 in damage. WCPO in Cincinnati reports Nick Goepper was charged Friday after he and his family came forward.

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  9. Olympian admits damaging cars with rocksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WLWT-TV Cincinnati

    Olympian Nick Goepper admits damaging cars with rocks, enters diversion Sochi Slopestyle bronze medalist Nick Goepper, 19, caused $8,200 worth of damage. NOW HE'S PUTTING THAT PRACTICE TO WORK IN A WHOLE NEW WAY.

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  10. Olympian skier Nick Goepper shows off his Olympic bling during the 2014 Snakepit Ball.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Indianapolis Star

    Olympian Nick Goepper charged with criminal mischief Goepper said he threw rocks at cars because he was having an anxiety attack caused by his depression. Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1APix2s was charged in a Dearborn, Ind., Superior Court Friday with criminal mischief after he confessed to causing $8,000 worth of damage to vehicles in a private residential community.

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  11. Indiana Olympian charged with criminal mischiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | TheIndyChannel

    Goepper's attorneys said the sports star was suffering from an anxiety attack and depression when he threw rocks at cars on Alpine Drive near the Hidden Valley Lake Sports Complex on Aug. 8. The vandalism caused $8,243.76 worth of damage, deputies said. Dearborn County authorities said their investigation into the damaged vehicles had no suspects until the 20-year-old and his family "came forward to accept responsibility for his actions."

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  12. Billion-dollar Sochi Games a sporting successRead the original story

    Friday | Reuters

    The Sochi 2014 winter Olympics have gone down in history as the most expensive sports event ever organized with a staggering cost of more than $51 billion. The legacy left by Russia's first winter Games is one of gleaming purpose-built arenas with little or no post-Games use, a massive overhaul of infrastructure at the Black sea resort and a record price tag that triggered changes for future Olympics.

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  13. Snowboard halfpipe phenom Chloe Kim gives slopestyle a try at Rev Tour at CopperRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | The Summit Daily News

    U.S. snowboarding team standout,14-year-old Chloe Kim airs out of the halfpipe during Dew Tour finals last week. Kim took second in slopestyle at the Revolution Tour at Copper this week.

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  14. 11 Talented Young Athletes Dominating the Sports WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Shape

    From Mo'ne Davis to Sophia Lucia, these athletic prodigies are on their way to shatter world records and go pro-all before turning 16 Move over Babe Ruth: Last summer, this 13-year-old became a household name thanks to her powerful 70-mile-per-hour pitch that led to a historic shutout during the 2014 Little League World Series. Davis' team's win received unbelievable shoutouts from Ellen DeGeneres and Michelle Obama-and landed her the cover of Sports Illustrated .

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  15. Nick Goepper admits damaging cars, pays restitutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WLWT-TV Cincinnati

    A southeast Indiana Olympian can have his criminal mischief charge dropped if he stays out of trouble for a year. FROM CINCINNATI'S WLWT, LEADING THE WAY.

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  16. Italian snowboarders win inaugural WCup team eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New Zealand Herald

    " Italian snowboarders Roland Fischnaller and Nadya Ochner beat Russia in the final of the inaugural World Cup parallel slalom team event on Friday. It was Fischnaller's third World Cup triumph in four days after winning individual races in Carezza on Tuesday and in Montafon on Thursday.

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  17. Italian snowboarders Fischnaller, Ochner beat Russia to win inaugural World Cup team eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Italian snowboarders Roland Fischnaller and Nadya Ochner beat Russia in the final of the inaugural World Cup parallel slalom team event on Friday. It was Fischnaller's third World Cup triumph in four days after winning individual races in Carezza on Tuesday and in Montafon on Thursday.

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  18. Anderson wins World Cup snowboarding bronze in ItalyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    According to the International Ski Federation on Tuesday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Jasey Jay Anderson of Val-Morin, Quebec won a bronze medal at a World Cup men's parallel giant slalom snowboarding event in Careeza, Italy. The bronze medal is significant because it is the first World Cup medal for Anderson since winning the gold medal in a parallel giant slalom World Cup competition on March 21, 2010 in La Molina, Spain.

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  19. Fischnaller, Schoeffmann win snowboard WCup racesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Italian snowboarder Roland Fischnaller won the season-opening World Cup parallel slalom Thursday for his 10th career victory, and Sabine Schoeffmann of Austria upset the favorites in the women's competition for her maiden win. Fischnaller, who won a parallel GS in Carezza, Italy, two days ago, edged Zan Kosir of Slovenia in the final by 0.06 seconds, while Mirko Felicetti made it an Italian sweep by defeating Benjamin Karl of Austria.

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  20. Italy's Fischnaller, Austria's Schoeffmann win snowboard World Cup parallel slalomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Italian snowboarder Roland Fischnaller won the season-opening World Cup parallel slalom Thursday for his 10th career victory, and Sabine Schoeffmann of Austria upset the favourites in the women's competition for her maiden win. Fischnaller, who won a parallel GS in Carezza, Italy, two days ago, edged Zan Kosir of Slovenia in the final by 0.06 seconds, while Mirko Felicetti made it an Italian sweep by defeating Benjamin Karl of Austria.

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