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Ski Tunes To Go

Travel

Call up one of these shops they'll tune your skis and bring them back first thing in the morning.

On Skiing: As the World Turns

Vive la difference ... between skis of differing nationalities.

Published: September 2004

Schoenfelder Wins Park City Slalom, Knight Takes Seventh

Features

Austrian Rainer Schoenfelder tore through the first run Sunday and held off Frenchman Pierrick Bourgeat to win the first slalom of the World Cup season. Chip Knight registered the best result of his career, finishing seventh.

From The Top: Contributors, January 2002

From the Top

Ski Magazine profiles its contributors.

Sun Valley Mountain Tour

Features

A mountain tour of Sun Valley, ID. You can head straight to Sun Valley Central by taking the River Run quad to Lookout Express. Combined, the two high-speed quads get you to the summit¿at 9,150 feet¿in 15 minutes.

U.S.-Austria Rivalry Fizzles at the DH

Advice

Poof! went the rivalry—at least for now. The Austrians had one medalist in Sunday's Olympic downhill, and the Americans had none.

Heavy Snow Cancels Hahnenkamm DH Training Run

Advice

Organizers canceled a men's World Cup downhill training session Wednesday on the Hahnenkamm course due to heavy snow.

Raich Wns Giant Slalom in South Korea

Advice

Benjamin Raich of Austria ended his victory drought this winter by capturing a World Cupgiant slalom in Yong Pyong, South Korea.

Skiers Who Have Tried Mt. Everest

News

Several mountaineers have tried to ski down Mt. Everest. Here are a few notable attempts at the world's highest peak.

Cuche Wins Swiss Giant Slalom

News

Didier Cuche of Switzerland won a men's giant slalom Saturday for his first World Cup victory in nearly four years.

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