Countdown to Sochi: Alpine skier Julia Mancuso


Julia MancusoJulia Mancuso will ski in her fourth Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, having competed in Salt Lake City before winning gold in the giant slalom at Torino 2006 and a pair of silver medals four years ago in Vancouver.

The three-time medalist is the most decorated American woman in alpine skiing and she’ll be looking to add more to her collection of hardware in Russia. And with Lindsey Vonn out for these Games, she may be America’s best hope for gold on the mountains outside Sochi.

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