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Chris Anthony Featured in Poster

VAIL, CO – August 1, 2008 - Warren Miller Athlete and Vail resident, Chris Anthony, is featured on a newly released vintage themed poster. The poster, featuring Anthony and Mount of the Holy Cross in Vail, was created by Dave McMacken.

The poster features Anthony, skiing down Mount of the Holy Cross, leaving a trail of snow behind him. If one looks closely in the snow, it is filled with several meanings and messages. On the left hand side the date May 22, 2006, is featured. On this date, Anthony skied the famous 14er with Chris Davenport.

From Sports Geek to Alpine Chic


Jonna Mendes gets a makeover.

Koznick Announces Retirement


Koznick announces retirement from racing.

Summer Schooled


The off-season is the perfect time to push yourself beyond your comfort zone. Here, SKI Magazine editors try new sports and confront new challenges. Now it's your turn.

Gagnier Unseats Hall in Slopestyle


Gagnier earns first Winter X medal; Hall settles for silver.

Nissan's Journey to Heavenly-Special Event!

Travel Pacific

Join Warren Miller and SKI Magazine at Heavenly for a special presentation of this year's Warren Miller film Journey.

Fischer Revolution Ice


Last year's story went something like this: Famous Austrian ski company gets giant slalom model caught in paper cutter. Resulting ski pleases nearly everybody and wins the Ski of the Year for 1997.

Lalive Off Snow With Broken Wrist


U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete Caroline Lalive will miss the on-snow training at Mammoth Mountain, CA due to a broken wrist from a mountain bike accident.

Vonn Wins Again at Beaver Creek


US Ski Teamer Thomas Vonn won the Chevy Truck Super Series GS Wednesday on the Birds of Prey course at Beaver Creek. The win follows his super G victory on Monday.

World Cup Wins Mean New Goals for Rahlves


With two World Cup victories under his belt this season, Daron Rahlves looks at his future with renewed enthusiasm.

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