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Vonn likely to skip races in Austria; Olympic availability uncertain
"She doesn't have to prove anything to anybody. So if she's ready to go we're going to bring her. And if she's not then not. "We would like to see her get a couple more races in but the injury she has, she's always taking some risks doing that. And (if she has) another setback then she might not be able to do the Olympics." Vonn has already sat out technical races in Lienz, Austria, and will also miss Sunday's slalom in Bormio.
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The Austrian line-up is headlined by New York Islanders forwards ThomasVanek and MichaelGrabner. Austrias full 25-man roster is as follows: Goaltenders: Bernhard Starkbaum, Rene Swette, Fabian Weinhandl. Defense: Mario Altmann, Florian Iberer, Andre Lakos, Robert Lukas, ThomasPock, Matthias Trattnig, Stefan Ulmer, Gerhard Unterluggauer. Forwards: MichaelGrabner, Raphael Herburger, Thomas Hundertpfund, Matthias Iberer, Thomas Koch, Andreas Kristler, Manuel Latusa, Brian Lebler, Daniel Oberkofler, MichaelRaffl, Thomas Raffl, OliverSetzinger, ThomasVanek, Daniel Welser. Austria qualified for the Olympic tournament by winning its qualifying group over Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.
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Its hockey tradition is not quite up to the golden standard. Austria announced its Olympic hockey roster Tuesday with three NHL forwards and almost no shot at a medal. Still, making it to Sochi is an accomplishment for a nation that had not qualified since 2002 and has never come close to an Olympic hockey medal. It surprisingly qualified over regular Olympic attendee Germany.
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Austria names first Olympic hockey roster since 2002
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