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The Jeep King of the Mountain Series will finish up its 10th Anniversary Season by returning to the site of its very first race in 1994, beautiful Aspen Mountain for the World Professional Ski and Snowboard Championship Finals February 21-22, 2003.
Follow along with us for the next month as we keep an eye on Bode and his quest to make U.S. ski-racing history.
Anja Paerson of Sweden easily won the women's giant slalom at the world championships Thursday.
After the injuries, the doubts and the pressure, Melanie Turgeon finally got a chance to laugh at all those who said she was done as a skier.
Bode Miller won his first major title Thursday, capturing the gold medal in the combined.
Miller and Aamodt are considered the two favorites for Thursday's Combined event at the World Championships.
Herman Maier returns to ski racing in Adelboden, Switzerland giant slalom.
Bode Miller stormed through the second run of a giant slalom race with the fastest time Saturday to claim his second World Cup win of the season and take the overall World Cup points lead.
Reigning world super G champion Daron Rahlves devoured an icy downhill run Sunday to collect the third World Cup victory of his career.
Reigning world super G champion Daron Rahlves devoured an icy downhill run Sunday to collect the third World Cup victory of his career. Bode Miller finished fifth.
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