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SKIING

Starting on Friday, June 3, at Neer Park in New London, the Little Crow Ski Team will wow audiences with a dynamic show featuring pyramid building, jumping, ballet and barefoot skiing on the scenic Middle Fork of the Crow River in New London.
Itascatur Outdoor Activity Club will be hosting Duluth author Ryan Rodgers on Saturday, April 2 to talk about his book, "Winter's Children," and the history of Nordic skiing.
The welcome-home party will be noon-5 p.m. April 2 in Afton’s Town Square Park, rain or shine; Diggins will arrive at 1 p.m. Afton is about 25 miles east of St. Paul.
The Duluth resident and her dog trudged nearly 200 miles through deep snow and extreme cold.

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A teenager from Kandiyohi is at Children's Hospital in Minneapolis with a traumatic brain injury following a ski accident near Alexandria Friday. He was awake and talking Wednesday, according to his father.
The Duluth resident, with her sled dog, Diggins, hopes to reach Grand Portage by mid-March.
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Diggins, from Afton, Minnesota, now has finished in the top eight in 11 consecutive Olympic races, including all her starts in the past two Winter Games
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BEIJING — The 1.7-mile downhill course plunges through barren brown hillsides, past haggard trees and towering gray rock faces, all transformed by a coating of snow from a storm that passed through a few days earlier.
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ZHANGJIAKOU, China — The United States knew the only way they were likely to be able to beat China in Thursday’s Olympic freestyle skiing aerials mixed team event was to take some risks, and their bold approach paid off spectacularly and brought them the ultimate prize.
Little Falls and Brainerd boys, Brainerd and Bemidji girls are headed to state after top performances

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ZHANGJIAKOU, China — When she pushed her ski over the finish line, Jessie Diggins wasn't sure she had won a medal. She glanced up at the video screen and saw her name in third place, but she still wasn't ready to believe it.
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American fell early in giant slalom and couldn't repeat her gold medal
Dawson athlete to enter Minnesota Sports Hall of Fame. She's part of an eight-woman induction class for 2021.

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