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Golf and Bike

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For years, Colorado's Keystone Resort had relied upon its fine Ranch Course, a Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed layout, to satisfy the needs of visiting players.

TECH:Sony DCR-PC109

Travel

Now there's a digital camcorder that fits in your parka pocket.

In the Zone: Bode Wins Again

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Bode Miller won a World Cup slalom in Sestriere, Italy, giving him six victories in 10 races this season.

Reinventing Nobis - A Lesson from Nobis

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You may not be able to keep up with Jeremy Nobis-his frontal attacks on ski runs are backed by massive physical strength and rock-solid technique-but his pointers can help you conquer a chute.

Rahlves 3rd in Kvitfjell Downhill

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Ignoring gusting winds, Daron Rahlves powered through tough conditions in the final World Cup downhill of the season to finish third,

Rahlves Second, Miller Sixth in Wengen DH

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Austrian Stephan Eberharter mauled the Lauberhorn course Friday to win a World Cup downhill by more than a second with Daron Rahlves in second place for his fourth podium of the winter.

Summer Skiing 2003: Tierra del Fuego

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El Sol, or what I could see of it, peeks through a split in the rocks as we push off the quad chair Telesilla del Filo, which means "Of the Edge."

The Good Old Days

Warren Miller

As the quad chair cleared the loading ramp and accelerated to 2,800 feet per minute, the fellow sitting next to me said, "Look at all those oddballs on those funny short skis and snowboards down there.

Summer Resorts 2003: Crested Butte, Colorado

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Known as Colorado's extreme-skiing capital in winter, Crested Butte softens its image in summer.

IOC Evaluators Visit Bidding Whistler

IOC Evaluators Visit Bidding Whistler

‘Most incredible skiing in the world. Awesome village. You’ll never be bored.’

Read the full review

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An IOC evaluator skied a downhill course in Whistler on Monday as part of his group's inspection of one of the bidders for the 2010 Winter Olympics. VANCOUVER, British Columbia March 4, 2003 (AP)--An IOC evaluator skied a downhill course in Whistler on Monday as part of his group's inspection of one of the bidders for the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Whistler, one of North America's top ski resorts, would host Alpine skiing, bobsled and luge if Vancouver is awarded the games. The village, with its multimillion-dollar homes, is 75 miles north of Vancouver.

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