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It's a pleasure to oversee this March/April issue of SKI, which represents the 55th and final time I'll have the honor of filling this space as the magazine's editor-in-chief.
Timing is everything. I had the good fortune to retire from ski racing just at the start of an equipment revolution. So now, as my technique gets less refined, the equipment gets more refined.
Sailing toward the trees, these are the things that should have been going through my head—yet were not.
SKI senior editor and former Olympian Edie Thys writes: As the Alpine events move from Snowbasin to Park City, all eyes--and all the expectations--shift to the athletes in the technical events of slalom and GS.
Jay Peak, located in Northern Vermont, is digging out from another regionally specific storm.
The Town of Crested Butte is throwing a party on Saturday night, April 3, 2004.
Midwestern ski resorts report the best December snow conditions in years following a weekend weather system that swept across the Rockies and through the Midwest dropping unusual amounts of snow.
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