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More than 400 athletes from 50 nations will descend on the Vail Valley for the 1999 World Alpine Ski Championships. Here's a guide to enjoying the action-whether on TV or in person.
Beaver Creek's spectacular new downhill is the marquee attraction for the World Championships. Here's an 80 mph fly-by.
Whether you're Kent Kreitler, Tommy Moe, or Joe Shmoe, standing at the top of a racecourse is a rush. Here are some events where you can prove your worth.
Looking for just the right find for the ski house, or the perfect ski-trip souvenir? Start here.
Profiles of SKI Magazine's contributors.
Meticulously groomed trails and today's carving skis allow skiers to reach ever-higher speeds. Here are six key tips to staying in control.
Peter Shelton revisits Snowbasin, UT to find that although the area has undergone a face-lift over time, a few things still remain the same.
Art imitates life nicely in the best ski movie ever. And I'm still waiting for my chance to discuss it in person with the actor.
Warm temperatures and soft snow conditions have forced officials of the 2002 Chevy Truck U.S. Alpine Championships to cancel the men's and women's downhills which had been set for Thursday at Squaw Valley.
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