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Todd Lodwick through the years

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Todd Lodwick on Feb. 10, 1994, at the Olympics. File photo

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Todd Lodwick on Feb. 13, 1992. File photo

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Todd Lodwick in the 90 meter jump. File photo

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Todd Lodwick in the 1995 World Cup. File photo

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Todd Lodwick jumps in 2001. File photo

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Nordic combined skier Todd Lodwick File photo

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Four-time Olympian Todd Lodwick File photo

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Second-placed Daito Takahashi, of Japan, and third-placed Todd Lodwick, of the United States, smile after the men's 7.5-kilometer World Cup Nordic Combined event on Feb. 15, 2004, in Oberstdorf, Germany. Michael Kienzler/AFP

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Todd Lodwick, of Steamboat Springs, kisses his trophy after his victory in the World Cup Nordic Combined competition in Schonach, Germany, on Jan. 4, 2004. Lodwick won the competition followed by Ronny Ackermann, of Germany, and Hannu Manninen, of Finland. Vincent Kessler/REUTERS

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Magnus Moan, of Norway, celebrates with Steamboat Springs' Todd Lodwick after the Nordic Combined World Cup event in Reit im Winkl, Germany, on Jan. 2, 2004. Magnus Moan won the race, and Finnish three-time Olympic champion Sampa Lajunen was second. Peter Kneffel/EPA

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Steamboat Springs Nordic Combined skier Todd Lodwick answers a reporter's questions after winning a title at the 2004 National Championships in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Todd Lodwick, of the United States, climbs a hill during the Nordic Combined World Cup event in Liberec, Czech Republic, on Jan. 23, 2005. Lodwick placed third behind Kristian Hammer from Norway and Hannu Manninen from Finland, who won the race. Petr David Josek/AP Photo

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Todd Lodwick with his newborn daughter, Charley, in 2006. Photo by John F. Russell

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Todd Lodwick trains near Strawberry Park. Photo by John F. Russell

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Todd Lodwick after harvesting a cow elk. Courtesy Photo

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Todd Lodwick after harvesting a cow elk. Courtesy Photo

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Todd Lodwick with his wife, Sunny, and daughter, Charley, in 2006. Photo by John F. Russell

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Todd Lodwick with his family is 2006. Photo by John F. Russell

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Todd Lodwick enjoys a moment with his wife, Sunny, and their newborn daughter, Charley, outside of Torino. Lodwick, a Steamboat native, was competing in his fourth and final Olympic Games in 2006. Photo by John F. Russell

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Surrounded by his mom, Jeanne, and wife, Sunny, Todd Lodwick takes a few minutes after the U.S. National normal hill championships at Howeslen Hill to hold newborn daughter, Charley. After years of chasing his World Cup ambitions, it appears that Lodwick plans to start the next chapter of his life in Steamboat. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs' Todd Lodwick powers up a hill along the 7.5-kilometer cross-country race en route to winning the Mountain Resorts World Cup B sprint event at Howelsen. FIle photo

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U.S. Ski Team member Todd Lodwick celebrates winning the sprint event in at Howelsen Hill in 2006. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs Nordic combined skier Todd Lodwick races along the Howelsen Hill cross-country course during the U.S. Nordic combined championships in 2006. Photo by John F. Russell

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Todd Lodwick, of the U.S., soars through the air during his jump for the Nordic combined sprint competition at the Torino 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Pragelato, Italy, on Feb. 21, 2006. Dominic Ebenbichler/REUTERS

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Todd Lodwick, left, and Ryan Heckman make their way up the Hollmenkollen for Lodwick's final jumps as a World Cup competitor. Lodwick dressed in traditional ski jumping gear for his final event. He finished dead last but left a lasting impression on Norway's diehard Nordic combined fans. File photo

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Todd Lodwick after the Winter Olympics. File photo

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Nordic combined athlete Todd Lodwick, of the U.S., soars through the air during the first free practice session for the Nordic combined at the Torino 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Pragelato, Italy,on Feb. 8, 2006. Giampiero Sposito/REUTERS

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Todd Lodwick in Torino, Italy, in 2006. File photo

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Todd Lodwick celebrates in front of his hometown crowd after winning the Ski Town USA Classic World Cup in Steamboat Springs. Larry Pierce/Courtesy

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Johnny Spillane, of Steamboat Springs, is carried on the shoulders by compatriot Todd Lodwick after Spillane won the Nordic Combined Sprint 7.5 kilometers of the FIS Nordic Skiing World Championships on Feb. 28, 2003. Alessandro Bianchi/AFP

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Todd Lodwick is one of the record number of Winter Olympians to come out of Steamboat Springs, more than any other town in North America. Cynthia Hunter/Reuters

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Steamboat has produced more winter Olympians than any other place in North America, let alone the world, a record 56 and counting. Pictured, front, from left, Jack Miller, Todd Wilson, Dave Jarrett, Jim "Moose" Barrows, Loris Werner, Ted Farewell, Tom Steitz, Ray Heid, Tim Tetreault, Marvin Crawford; back, from left, Billy Kidd, Ann Battelle, Nelson Carmichael, Todd Lodwick, Gary Crawford, Skeeter Werner-Walker, Jorge Toruella, Kris "Fuzz" Fedderson, Grody Wren. Courtesy Photo

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Steamboat Springs' Todd Lodwick, of the United States, celebrates his gold medal in the 2009 Nordic Combined World Championships in Liberec, Czech Republic, on Feb. 20, 2009, in Liberec. Lodwick won the gold medal ahead of Tino Edelmann, of Germany, and Jason Lamy Chappuis, of France. Michal Cizek/AFP

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Todd Lodwick, left, celebrates his victory with teammate Bill Demong after the 10K individual Gundersen event of the Nordic skiing world championships in February 2009 in Liberec, Czech Republic. Lodwick won the race ahead of Jan Schmid, of Norway. Demong took the bronze. Joe Klamar/AFP

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U.S. Nordic combined athlete Todd Lodwick jumps off the normal hill in the training session during the mass start competition at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2009 in Liberec, Czech Republic, on Feb. 20, 2009. Gero Breloer/Newscom

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Todd Lodwick, of the United States, shows his medals after winning the Nordic Combined part of the Nordic skiing World Championships on Feb. 22, 2009, in Liberec, Czech Republic. Having already been victorious in the mass start, Lodwick, making his return after a two year absence, won the cross-country ski and ski jump sections of the discipline. Lodwick won the 10-kilometer ski race in a time of 24 minutes and 22.3 seconds, with Norway's Jan Schmidt in second 13 seconds behind and United States skier Bill Demong in third. Martin Sidorjak/AFP

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