SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Ten years ago, long before earning Olympic gold or embarking on her World Cup winning streak, Hannah Kearney skied around a bend at Park City's Deer Valley Resort and was a bit stunned.
It wasn't because of the steep vertical or the length of the moguls run.
Kearney, then just 15 and gearing up to be an Olympic forerunner that February, locked onto the size of the grandstand set up for the 2002 Winter Games.
Now 25, Kearney is dominant. She enters Thursday's races at Deer Valley having won 12 consecutive World Cup individual mogul competitions.