CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Set to participate in the debut of ski cross in the Olympics, giving him four appearances overall with the U.S. Ski Team. ... Expected to be ready for Vancouver despite dislocating his hip in a nasty wreck during his opening race at the Winter X Games during the last week of January. ... Known as the most successful male downhiller in U.S. history, Rahlves retired following the 2006 Olympics after 13 years on the U.S. Alpine Ski Team. He then switched to ski cross due to a desire to continue skiing. In his first World Cup in that discipline, he finished fourth at Park City, Utah, in February 2008. … Placed ninth at the ’09 World Ski Championships in Japan on Feb. 3. … Took second place at a World Cup event in Austria on Jan. 5. ... Had 12 World Cup wins and 28 podiums as a downhill skier. Finished 10th in the ’06 Olympics in Turin, 16th in ’02 at Salt Lake City and seventh at Nagano in ’98. … Was first named to the U.S. Ski Team in ‘93.