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The Road to Sochi: U.S. Ski Team Athlete Meg Olenick Skis for the First Time Since Knee Surgery

7th November 2012 | Meg Olenick

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Reflection of Copper off U.S. Freeskiing Slopestyle Coach Skogen Sprang's goggles.  - © Jen Hudak

Reflection of Copper off U.S. Freeskiing Slopestyle Coach Skogen Sprang's goggles.
Copyright: Jen Hudak

Reflection of Copper off U.S. Freeskiing Slopestyle Coach Skogen Sprang's goggles.  - © Jen Hudak
Hanging out at Copper Mountain with a view of Colorado's 10 Mile Range in the distance. - © Meg Olenick

Hanging out at Copper Mountain with a view of Colorado's 10 Mile Range in the distance.
Copyright: Meg Olenick

Hanging out at Copper Mountain with a view of Colorado's 10 Mile Range in the distance. - © Meg Olenick
Wing Tai Barrymore shows he's feeling good after tearing his ACL in both knees last season. - © Meg Olenick

Wing Tai Barrymore shows he's feeling good after tearing his ACL in both knees last season.
Copyright: Meg Olenick

Wing Tai Barrymore shows he's feeling good after tearing his ACL in both knees last season. - © Meg Olenick
From left to right: Wing Tai Barrymore, Meg Olenick, Jen Hudak, Brita Sigourney, Callan Chythlook Sifsof. - © Justin Hunt

From left to right: Wing Tai Barrymore, Meg Olenick, Jen Hudak, Brita Sigourney, Callan Chythlook Sifsof.
Copyright: Justin Hunt

From left to right: Wing Tai Barrymore, Meg Olenick, Jen Hudak, Brita Sigourney, Callan Chythlook Sifsof. - © Justin Hunt

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