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Future of American men's skiing goes beyond Bode

Updated: March 12, 2008, 1:56 PM ET
By Meri-Jo Borzilleri | Special to ESPN.com

WHISTLER, British Columbia -- For the men of the U.S. ski team, Life After Bode has been a breath of fresh air.

The departure of Bode Miller, the team's most successful skier, and longtime speed star Daron Rahlves, thrust others like Ted Ligety, Steve Nyman and Marco Sullivan into lead-the-team roles, pushing them onto the podium.

Starting Thursday in Bormio, Italy, the spotlight will be on Miller again as he closes in on the World Cup overall title in the season's final ...

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