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The Race is On

News

The annual rivalry has begun between A-Basin and Loveland. Who will open first?

Bring Back Stretch Pants

Features

Starting in the late Forties and stretching into the next three decades, skiing experienced a boom unequaled in the sport's history.

Women's World Cup Moves to Copper Mountain

Advice

Despite vigorous snowmaking attempts at Park City, UT, warm weather will move the women's giant slalom and slalom races from Utah to Copper Mountain, CO.

Environmentalists Challenge A-Basin Snowmaking

News

A group of local environmentalists sue to stop Arapahoe Basin ski area from beginning snowmaking operations.

Snow Shuffle Planned for Cross-Country Championships

News

There's plenty of snow, but it's just not in the right places. Organizers of the upcoming Cross Country Championships, in Utah, hope volunteers will help spread the snow around.

Loveland and Copper Open Earlier than Expected

News

The wait is finally over. Two areas in Colorado, Loveland Ski Area and Copper Mountain Resort, opened for skiing this week.

Major Snowfall Ends Worry Over Olympic Slopes

News

There are no more snow worries for the Turin Olympics. Over the last four days, up to 2 feet of snow has fallen on the mountains that will host the Winter Games.

Sunday's XC World Cup cancelled due to wind, after Larsson wins Saturday opener

News

Oct. 27: But Duesseldorf crowd, 350,000 strong, parties in spite of weather.

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