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To the delight of skiers and snowboarders, Mother Nature pounded the Colorado Rockies with a holiday storm.
World Cup leader Ronny Ackermann of Germany took charge midway through the second lap of the 7.5-kilometer race Tuesday for his third win of the season in a Nordic combined sprint event.
Results Wednesday of men's and women's slalom races and the combined titles at the U.S. Alpine Ski Championships.
Jan. 27: Maier led a top-five Austrian sweep in winning Monday's rescheduled World Cup super G in Kitzbuehel.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association and NBC Sports has announced a four-year broadcast agreement beginning Nov. 21, running through the 2006 Olympic season and includes a primetime broadcast on Dec. 21.
This Friday, Breckenridge joins Copper, Loveland, and Arapahoe Basin in opening for the 2004/05 season.
Final results from a U.S. Nordic Ski Team Gold Cup race at Howelsen Hill, Colo.
World Cup winners Rahlves and Koznick headline the 2001 US Alpine Ski Team, while Picabo Street and Chad Fleischer return from injuries aiming at the 2001 Worlds, and 2002 Olympics.
For the second straight season, the USSA will hold the ski and snowboard SuperSeries for young racers.
National Ski Areas Association recieves money from the Forest Service.
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