Hollow victories

O'Brien, Richard; Hymon, Steve
March 1993
Sports Illustrated;3/15/93, Vol. 78 Issue 10, p9
Discusses downhill skier A.J. Kitt's bad luck this season. Stopping a World Cup race only minutes after Kitt had blistered the course to lead the other 14 top-seeded skiers; Dangerous rut on the course; Eventual cancellation of the race; Earlier victory taken when race was cancelled because of weather; More.


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