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Fast Times: Ski Fashion in 1948

Tucking their socks out of sight, fashion-conscious skiers raced to try the new sophisticated style.

The sleek, modern skiwear look, wildly popular in the 1950s and 1960s, is mistakenly thought to have originated with stretch pants. The fact is that in 1948, just after World War II ended and more than five years before Maria Bogner introduced her famously sexy stretchies, skiers were already outfitting themselves in body-hugging fashions.

Market Report: Big White, B.C.

A homespun community and a proposed expansion could make Big White the next smart buy.

A winter weekend at Big White resembles a multicultural block party. The snow is cold and bone dry at British Columbia’s second-largest ski resort, and a warm community spirit flows—aided, no doubt, by the ample supply of Okanagan Valley wines and Canadian beers. When the lifts close at Big White, the welcome mats roll out. Stroll through almost any neighborhood, and you’ll likely find a family hosting dinner for neighbors or an all-comers poker game.

<i> The Thin Line </i> Trailer

This US Ski Team documentary came out on Rush HD December 15.



The world expects great things from Bode Miller. So does he. But the enigmatic World Cup champion has his own definition of greatness, and it's not always what the world has in mind.

French Skier Killed in Canada Avalanche


A heli-skier from France was killed and a pair of snowmobilers were missing after two separate avalanches in British Columbia.

The Pyrenees on Skis


Best known (by the few who know it) as a duty-free haven for shoppers, tiny Andorra lures skiers, too. But thankfully, not in droves.

Rahlves is USOC's Athlete for January


Downhiller Daron Rahlves, who won Kitzbuehel's fabled Hahnenkamm downhill, is the U.S. Olympic Committee's Male Athlete for the Month of January.

Bode Miller Seeks GS Win


Already the silver medalist in the combined, Miller will try to make more history on Thursday in the giant slalom.

A Separate Peak

Travel East

Despite being swallowed by the Beast, Killington's Pico Peak retains its powder-day appeal. The only thing missing: crowds.

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