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Universal Sports Network, which offers exclusive year-round coverage of Olympic sports programming, made an announcement on Thursday that could help more U.S. ski fans watch their favorite winter athletes. Time Warner Cable, the second-largest U.S. cable system operator in the country, will start carrying the Universal Sports channel later this summer as part of a new multi-year contract.

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If you saw any of last year’s Universal Sports coverage of the nordic world cup races then you know how great it was to see more than just a 30-second highlight.  Though their online content has greatly diminished this year, Universal Sports TV channel would like to be offered on DirecTV. If you have DirecTV and you do want to watch Kikkan Randall,  Tim Burke, or Bill Demong win that coveted Olympic medal, send an email...

Universal Sports recently published an interview with US World Champion Nordic Combined skier Billy Demong.  Peter Graves talks to Billy about his past, the future, and upcoming Olympics. Billy Demong has a real shot at an Olympic medal in Nordic combined. Demong was born in Vermontville, New York, not far from the Olympic village of Lake Placid. His birth was a month before the games ended in 1980, but with new venues available, he was...

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The 3rd FIS Tour de Ski gets under way tomorrow.  The event has become one of the big highlights of the long World Cup season, and features 7 races in 10 days.  A mixture of sprints and distance races, as well as intermediate bonus points during the longer races means that the event favors all-around skiers over specialists.   To win an athlete needs to be able to excel in both techniques over all distances and have the fitness to...