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First Snow Hits the Rockies


About two to three inches of snow blanketed Breckenridge this morning at 10,000 feet above sea level.

Pre-Halloween Openings a Treat for Skiers


Killington Resort became the first eastern area to open when it ran a lift serving two trails off Killington Peak Monday.

Cafe de Colombia Alpine World Cup Results


Results from the downhill race in Kitzbuehel, AUT held on Sat. Jan. 22.

Andreas Schifferer Wins Men's Downhill in Val Gardena, Italy


Andreas Schifferer, who laid down a 2:04.78 Saturday and thenheld-off challenges from Kristian Ghedina of Italy and Austrianteammates Hermann Maier and Josef (Pepi) Strobl to win Val Gardena'ssecond DH in two days.

Breckenridge Opens in Whiteout


Breckenridge opened Friday with lots of fresh snow on the slopes and a few Halloween ghouls waiting at the mountain's base.

A-Basin Season Passes Now On Sale


Arapahoe Basin's 2004-05 season passes are on sale.

Vail's Buddy Pass On Sale Labor Day Weekend


Vail Resorts today announced the return of its popular five-mountain Colorado Pass and three-mountain Buddy Pass for the 2004-2005 winter season, as well as the Keystone/Arapahoe Basin pass.

Falling Into Winter


Following two off-seasons, late fall is wetting ski country's appetite for wintry things to come. Big snowfalls across the country have allowed many resorts to get unexpected but welcome jumps on the season.

Nordic Combined Team Named


Todd Lodwick and Bill Demong headline a group of seven nordic combined skiers nominated to compete in the 2002 Olympics.

Maier Ties Klammer's Record


World Cup leader Herman Maier of Austria tied Franz Klammer's mark of 26 World Cup victories Saturday in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Daron Rahlves was the only American to finish, coming in 23rd.

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