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The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Associationand the International Ski Federation will split the sites for nextweekend's scheduled FIS World Cup alpine ski races to help keep theraces in Colorado.
The Audi 24 Hours of Aspen is an endurance race like none other. Over the course of twenty-four hours, competitors will ski the equivalent of driving from Aspen to Denver at eighty miles per hour.
Snowfall hits Aspen just in time for Warren Miller's Aspen premiere of "Impact."
Ivica Kostelic, brother of Croatian skiing great Janica Kostelic, stunned the competition with his first World Cup triumph Sunday in the season-opening men's slalom.
The Aspen Skiing Company decided to officially refer to Aspen Mountain as Ajax to clarify that Ajax doesn't allow snowboarding but the other ASC ski areas do.
Today, Pat O'Donnell, president and CEO of Aspen Skiing Company, announced capital improvements for the 2004/2005 winter season.
World champion Mario Matt of Austria earned the victory Monday on Aspen Mountain, but Bode Miller pulled off the biggest surprise by finishing second, the best result by the United States in a World Cup men's slalom since 1988.
Another U.S. ski mountain opens its doors to snowboarders cutting the number of restricted areas down to five.
Aspen's Official Report: POWDER, POWDER, POWDER!
The Audi 24 Hours of Aspen, indisputably regarded as THE World Championships of Endurance Skiing, will take place Dec. 9-10, 2001 on Aspen Mountain.
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