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Pursuing golden dreams

Joe Tompkins is the kind of guy who wears his dreams on his sleeve, or at least on his back bumper where his license plate reads, "SKI 02."

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Joe Tompkins' golden dream lives

After a weekend of Huntsman Cup races he said were full of "skier error," Juneau mono-skier Joe Tompkins said on Sunday he was hopeful but he wasn't sure about his chances of making the U.S. team for the 2002 Winter Paralympics March 7-16 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Tompkins shines at Eastern Regionals

Juneau monoskier Joe Tompkins posted four strong finishes last weekend during the Eastern Regional Disabled Ski Championships at Waterville Valley, N.H., giving him plenty of confidence for the upcoming U.S. Disabled Alpine Ski Championships later this month.

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Tompkins takes fifth in monoski at U.S. nationals

Joe Tompkins of Juneau took fifth place among monoskiers and 10th overall in Tuesday's downhill race at the U.S. Disabled Alpine Ski Championships at Big Sky Resort in Montana. Skiing in his first race since the 2002 Winter Paralympics earlier this month in Salt Lake City, Utah, Tompkins said he was happy with his performance Tuesday.

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Tompkins claims a silver and two bronze medals

U.S. Disabled Ski Team member Joe Tompkins of Juneau reached the podium in all three of his events during the Eastern Regional Disabled Ski Championships held Wednesday through Friday in Waterville Valley, N.H.

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

U.S. Disabled Ski Team member Joe Tompkins of Juneau reached the podium in all three of his events during the Eastern Regional Disabled Ski Championships held Wednesday through Friday in Waterville Valley, N.H.

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

Juneau skier Joe Tompkins returned from two broken legs to claim a pair of fourth-place finishes and a sixth place among mono-skiers at the U.S. Disabled Alpine Ski Championships March 21-24 at Big Sky Resort near Bozeman, Mont.

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2004: A look back

It would be a bit of an understatement to say 2004 was a busy year in Southeast Alaska sports.

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Tompkins now 13th in Disabled World Cup ski standings

Juneau monoskier Joe Tompkins moved into 13th place in the Disabled World Cup Alpine ski standings after completing his second series of races in Austria earlier this month. Tompkins, who was ranked 15th in the overall World Cup standings before this series, competed in a pair of slalom and giant slalom races Feb. 4-7 in Tirol and Wildschoenau, Austria. Tompkins finished 12th and 14th among the combined three classes of monoskiers in his two giant slalom races and was 19th and 23rd in his two slalom events.

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