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Heeding godmother's advice: Granato watches his aunt, Cammi, go into Hockey Hall of Fame

The godmother shared her story. The godson shared his attention.

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Sports
Alaskans Teela, Steer, Hakkinen headed for Olympics

MIDWAY, Utah (AP) -- Jeremy Teela was a little kid when he told his mom he was going to be in the Olympics. Rachel Steer was barely a teen-ager when she started training for them. And Jay Hakkinen was groomed to be a Olympian for eight years.

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olympics
Ski jump qualification and several training sessions cancelled because of weather

...then walked one mile uphill in driving snow Friday morning only to see the first competitive event cancelled at the 2002 Winter Olympics. Ski jump qualifications on the short hill that were to begin in early morning went through a series of delays...

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olympics
With improved training regimen, Alaskan is looking at 2002

MIDWAY, Utah (AP) -- Nina Kemppel is the most visible American woman in a sport that's nearly invisible in America.

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Alaska
First figure skating medals awarded stir controversy

SALT LAKE CITY -- Despite a magnificent challenge by a pair of Canadians, Russia added another solid layer to the most amazing dynasty on ice Monday night.

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