U.S. Olympic Team Sees Gold, Could Lose a Skier

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Hannah Teter of the U.S. celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's halfpipe. i

Hannah Teter of the U.S. celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's halfpipe snowboarding competition, Feb. 13, 2006. Reuters hide caption

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Hannah Teter of the U.S. celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's halfpipe.

Hannah Teter of the U.S. celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's halfpipe snowboarding competition, Feb. 13, 2006.

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It's the best and worst of times for the U.S. Olympic team at the Winter Games in Turin. The U.S. women won gold and silver medals in the snowboard halfpipe event, but women's downhill medal hopeful Lindsay Kildow crashed in a training run and was rushed to a hospital by helicopter.

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