||Steve Cook, Salt Lake City, Utah - A farm tractor accident in 1988 caused Steve to lose his right leg and put him on course to being a world-class bike racer and a World Cup and Paralympic Games disabled cross-country skiing champion. He won gold in the 2006 Paralympic Games in the men's 5km and 10km standing/Nordic and a bronze medal in the men's 20 km standing/N ordic. In the 2005 World Championships, he won two gold medals and was the 2005 World Cup standup champion. In the 2004 World Cup circuit, Steve recorded two wins and six top-3 finishes and he won a U.S.A.-record four silver medals in the 2002 Paralympic Winter Games. Clay Fox, Gillette, Wyoming - Skiing since the second grade, Clay enrolled himself in a disabled ski program in 1994 after an auto accident caused him to lose his left leg below the knee. During the 2005 U.S. Disabled Alpine Championships he won gold in super G and giant slalom, bronze in slalom and silver in downhill. In the 2004 alpine competitions Clay won gold in giant slalom, super G and downhill. In 2004 he was also World Cup slalom champion and won bronze in super G, giant slalom and slalom. He had five top-5 finishes in World Cup events in 2004. In 2003 he was third in World Cup giant slalom and won gold in giant slalom and bronze in the 2000 World Cup circuit. La~ey BeW'ard, Boise, Idaho - Wheelchair-ridden since she was 16 months old after a 100-pound barbell fell on her resulting in paralysis below the waist, Lacey won bronze medals in super G and giant slalom in the 2002 Paralympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, the same year she won the U.S. downhill championship. She has seven World Cup wins (3 SG, 2 GS, 1 SL) and was 2004 World Cup runner-up overall in giant slalom. She was the 2003 World Cup mono-ski champion, the same year she recorded three victories and four seconds on the World circuit. Lacey won slalom gold in the 2005 U.S. Alpine Championships as well as an FIS N orAm Cup race. Ted Ligety, Park City, Utah - No matter where you look on the world ski stage, Ted is a winner. Skiing since the age of two, he won the FIS N orAm Cup in 2005; won the combined/slalom gold in the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy. In 2006 Ted won a World Cup giant slalom event and he won the slalom title at the U.S. Alpine National Championships. He had four top-15s in slalom during 2005 and was slalom silver medalist in the 2004 Junior Worlds, the same year he picked up two gold medals in the 2004 N orAm Championships. Julia Man~uso, Park City, Utah - After winning a gold medal in giant slalom in the 2006 Olympic Winter Games at Torino, Italy, Julia capped the year with silver medals in downhill and giant slalom, and bronze in slalom in the 2006 U.S. Alpine Championships. During the 2005 U.S. National Championships she won gold in giant slalom, silver in super G and downhill, and bronze in slalom. In the 2005 FIS World Ski Championships Julia won a bronze medal in giant slalom and in a 2005 N orAm Cup event she placed second in downhill. A native of Olympic Valley, CA, she started skiing at age two.