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Narrow Podium Miss for Stiegler in SL

News

Mancuso 15th, Schild clinches slalom title

Finland's Palander Wins Slalom Title

Features

Kalle Palander won the slalom title with a second-place finish Sunday, becoming the first Finn to win a World Cup discipline.

Dawson, Bahrke Win in Italy, Lead Moguls Points List

Features

Olympic medalist Shannon Bahrke and Toby Dawson pulled off an American sweep of a World Cup moguls events Saturday night as seven U.S. skiers made the finals.

Go USA: Nordic Predictions

Whom to watch at the Salt Lake Olympics

Published: February 2002

Altitude? You call 6,000 feet "altitude"? Not if you're from Steamboat, Colo. The Europeans may be sucking Soldier Hollow wind during the cross-country component of the nordic combined.Altitude? You call 6,000 feet "altitude"? Not if you're from Steamboat, Colo. The Europeans may be sucking Soldier Hollow wind during the cross-country component of the nordic combined, but anyone who lives and trains at Steamboat will be squarely in his element.

2003 Top 100 SKI Instructors in the East

Instruction

A list of Top 100 Instructors in the East.

Skis Important, But So Is Talent

Advice

The equipment used by World Cup skiers is an important factor in racing, but so are a skier's confidence, knowledge, and determination when deciding the outcome.

Gros Scores First World Cup Points

Advice

Sacha Gros of Vail, CO chalked up his first World Cup points with a 16th in Italy last night when the men's World Cup races got underway under the lights.

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