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SIRIUS Satellite Radio to cover World Cup this weekend

News

SIRIUS to air all men's alpine events from Kitzbuehel, Austria plus women's downhill from Cortina, Italy.

Austria Skiing's Birthplace

Features

Check out historic Innsbruck, where you can marvel at museums or ski Olympic mountains. Then head to Saalbach-Hinterglemm for a taste of traditional Tyrolean skiing.

2001 Masterfit University Trained Shops: Rockies

Gear

A listing of Masterfit University trained shops in the Rockies.

SKImag.com Exclusive: Racer eX Exposes the Real St. Anton Race Scene

Features

Today was D-Day, or as they say auf Deutsch, Tag X. Every event and every medal is important at the World Championships, but the downhill is the king daddy of them all.

The Brothers Mahre

From the Top

There's a Legends ski race held annually in Vail, Colo., that is attended by the finest ski champions from the past 50 years. These famous racers, from Anderl Molterer to Franz Klammer and from Andrea Mead Lawrence to Tamara McKinney...

Traveler: Cool Runnings

Travel

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.

Eberharter Powers Austria in Downhill

Advice

Stephan Eberharter won a World Cup downhill in which Austria showed overwhelming strength Saturday by capturing seven of the top eight spots.

Austrians Overwhelm Men's Downhill

Advice

Stephan Eberharter won a World Cup downhill in which Austria showed overwhelming strength Saturday by capturing seven of the top eight spots.

Seven 2006 Winter Olympians Among World's Best at Squaw Valley for Jeep® King of the Mountain

Advice

The line-up of former Olympic Champions that have competed in the Jeep® King of the Mountain Series during its 13 years as professional snow sports' most prestigious event reads like a who's who list of the biggest names in the sport.

Andreas Schifferer Wins Men's Downhill in Val Gardena, Italy

Advice

Andreas Schifferer, who laid down a 2:04.78 Saturday and thenheld-off challenges from Kristian Ghedina of Italy and Austrianteammates Hermann Maier and Josef (Pepi) Strobl to win Val Gardena'ssecond DH in two days.

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