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Crews prep the downhill at Beaver Creek in anticipation of the Nov. 27-Dec. 2 World Cup races.
Two Americans try to hang with Europe's fittest.
We had just come off 4 days of perfect skiing and training on the glacier in Saas Fee, Switz. The women were skiing very well, the coaches were satisfied and the next day was off from training.
Olympic silver medalist Bode Miller started the World Cup season with another do-or-die routine Sunday, surviving a lost pole on his first run and a near-spill on his second to finish fifth in the opening giant slalom on the Rettenbach Glacier.
Check out skiingmag.com's continuing coverage of an all-female first descent of a peak in the Indian Himalaya.
When the snow heads south, so do the world's best skiers. See for yourself in our action-packed photo portfolio.
Super-G champion Regine Cavagnoud of France was seriously injured Monday when she crashed at full speed into a coach on a glacier where World Cup skiers were training.
The German skiing coach who was in the fatal crash with French star Regine Cavagnoud says he can't remember the collision and does not feel responsible for it.
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