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THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 26 - NO. 1 - JANUARY 98


The official physicians and athletic trainers for the United States athletes in the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan, in February are: Roger J. Kruse, MD, a family practitioner in Maumee, Ohio, who will serve as head physician and cover figure skating and luge; Sue Snouse, ATC, Lake Placid, New York, medical coordinator; Jeffrey A. Biro, DO, a rheumatologist in Cleveland, biathlon; Joel L. Boyd, MD, an orthopedic surgeon in Minneapolis, ice hockey; J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD, an orthopedic surgeon in Nashville, freestyle skiing and speed skating; Sandra E. Glasson, MD, a pediatric orthopedic surgeon in Norfolk, Virginia, women's ice hockey, bobsled; Yvonne E. Satterwhite, MD, an orthopedic surgeon in Lexington, Kentucky, alpine skiing and snowboarding; James C. Sterling, MD, a physiatrist in Dallas, curling; Lew Vadheim, MD, an internist in Miles City, Montana, cross-country skiing; Ray Barile, ATC, St Louis, ice hockey; Doug Blackard, ATC, Marquette, Michigan, short-track speed skating; Vinny Comiskey, ATC, San Diego, freestyle skiing; Linda Hammann, ATC, PT, Boise, Idaho, figure skating; Mike Kleinstrub, ATC, Panama City, Florida, bobsled; Jeanne Marie Markey, ATC, PT, Short Hills, New Jersey, alpine skiing; Tony Peck, ATC, Colorado Springs, luge; Dan Ruiz, ATC, Charlotte, North Carolina, biathlon; Jenna Schepman, ATC, Colorado Springs, women's ice hockey; Sharon Sharp, ATC, Boston, long-track speed skating; Karen Swanson, ATC, PT, Minneapolis, cross-country skiing and Nordic combined.


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