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Austrian Matthias Mayer conquers skiing greats in men's downhill at Olympics

...Still, Mayer did enough to join the list of previously unheralded Olympic downhill champions, alongside names such as Tommy Moe of the United States in 1994, Leonhard Stock of Austria in 1980, and Jean-Luc Cretier of France in 1998. It was at...

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Overtime

...lead in the overall standings. It was Miller's third downhill win of the season and the 31st World Cup victory of his career. Miller became the fourth American winner at Kvitfjell since Tommy Moe won gold at the 1994 Lillehammer Olympics.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/03/02/oth_189502.shtml
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Hermann still has the hunger

...make her a bad person. It makes her human. When you have more to risk, it's harder to be bold and daring. Remember Tommy Moe. He had never won an international ski race before he won the men's downhill and took a silver in super G in Lillehammer...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/17/oly_222636.shtml
Olympics
No stopping 'Herminator'

...paused and said, "Maybe in a tank. But I am a skier." The top American finishers were Daron Rahlves in seventh and Tommy Moe in eighth. Kyle Rasmussen was 13th. In the women's downhill, Street skied pretty well, but said the snow was hard...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/16/edi_222588.shtml
Editorials
Olympic notebook: Crashes mark men's downhill

...Hannes Trinkl of Austria was third. Kyle Rasmussen was the top U.S. finisher in 9th, while defending gold medalist Tommy Moe was 12th and Jason Rosener was 15th. Fifteen racers did not complete the course, including American A.J. Kitt. The...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/13/oly_222409.shtml
Olympics
With big names gone, U.S. hopes rest with new events

...retirement of speedskaters Bonnie Blair and Dan Jansen and devastating knee injuries to downhill racers Picabo Street and Tommy Moe -- U.S. officials are confident of at least matching the country's biggest medals haul from the Winter Games...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/01/oth_221692.shtml
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Unknown Alaskan grabs share of Dash for Cash purse

...Rosener of Breckenridge, Colo., and Clic Bloomfield of Ketchum, Idaho, tied for third in 39.96. Olympic champion Tommy Moe of Jackson, Wyo., tied for 11th in 40.40. "I wasn't surprised, really," Montalbo said. "I think everybody...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/04/oly_220037.shtml
Olympics
U.S. skiers on a slippery slope

...look like anything but Olympic medal contenders. They managed no better than 24th in the two World Cup downhill events. Tommy Moe finished 15th-place in Saturday's super-G, his best result in two years. But he was helped greatly by the fact...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/12/08/oth_218738.shtml
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Winter trade show spotlights advances in outdoor clothing, gear

...instantly stiffens on impact to protect elbows and shins. "You can hit it with a hammer, and it absorbs the blow," said Tommy Moe, the gold-medal winning U.S. Olympian at the 1994 Winter Games. Moe said the new material replaces a padded undergarment...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/11/13/liv_103467.shtml
Life & style
Mancuso at peak of her career

...all those famous skiers whose pictures were plastered across Squaw Valley. She grabbed one of Olympic downhill champ Tommy Moe, flipped it over and began drawing with a black marker. When she finished the self-portrait, she scrawled "4-time...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/03/11/oth_119878.shtml
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