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Nov. 4: Keystone to open this Friday, Snowmass Saturday; Vail, Aspen move up opening day to Nov. 16.
If looking to plan a getaway ski vacation for this season, you are in luck. Ski tour operators have plenty of great deals with space available--all just a couple of clicks away.
Hermann Maier celebrated his 30th World Cup victory Sunday at Lake Louise, Alberta. Four U.S. skiers finished in the top-30 and are fired up to place even higher at Beaver Creek next weekend.
Mono-skier, Joe Tomkins overcame snowy conditions to win this year's opening disabled World Cup downhill. Mannino, McMullen, Riddell also outbattled snow to reach the podium.
Didn't make it to that Kitzbuhel Downhill? No worries, as long as you look and plan ahead, you can catch all the action from your living room.
Skiers and snowboarders can purchase or renew passes through Sunday, May 15, 2005.
Oct. 29: Company will chop 50 jobs, won't fill 50 vacancies. Operating cuts should save $10 million.
The final day had come. The sun shined making for the first bright morning of the trip and only the second or third time we'd seen the sun overall.
Stefan Eberharter beat the pack at Lake Louise as he won the first downhill of the World Cup season. Three Americans finished in the top-25, led by Chad Fleischer in 5th.
Sarah Will wins again for the second straight day and Kristof leads a 1-2-3 US sweep in stand-up class at the Chevy Truck Disabled World Cup In Breckenridge, CO.
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