WHISTLER, British Columbia — After postponing the first two Alpine events, the International Ski Federation is considering a revamped schedule for the Vancouver Olympics that would squeeze seven races into seven days.
Men's race director Guenter Hujara revealed the tentative plan after the competition-opening men's downhill was postponed Saturday because of warm, wet weather that's turned the slopes to mush.
The downhill officially was shifted to 10:30 a.m. Monday, which originally was slated to be an off day.
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