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Wipe Out!

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Sometimes when man meets snow, snow wins. Rather than avoid this occasionally inconvenient fact, we've chosen to embrace it. Join us for a high-impact tribute to the timeless art of crashing and burning.

2002 Number 12 Resort In North America: Keystone, Colo.

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This sprawling Summit County gem is the Hermann Maier of ski resorts: Year in and year out, it collects more medals from SKI readers than virtually any other resort.

From the Hip: If You Can't Take the Heat...

From The Hip

When August arrives and the temperatures reach their pinnacle, I get an overwhelming feeling in my body that wants summer to end and winter to begin.

Rahlves Second, Miller Sixth in Wengen DH

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Austrian Stephan Eberharter mauled the Lauberhorn course Friday to win a World Cup downhill by more than a second with Daron Rahlves in second place for his fourth podium of the winter.

Rahlves Finishes 22nd in GS, Maier Returns

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Hermann Maier returned to ski racing, World Cup leader Bode Miller dodged a bullet in his duel with Stephan Eberharter of Austria and Daron Rahlves was the lone U.S. skier to finish Tuesday, in 22nd place.

Maier Considers Season-Ending Surgery

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Hermann Maier will probably end his season early to have a titanium rod removed from the leg he almost lost.

Von Gruenigen Eyes Giant Slalom Title

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A big win Saturday has Michael Von Gruenigen on pace to regain the World Cup giant slalom title.

Maier Has 14-Inch Rod Removed From Leg

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Hermann Maier had a 14-inch rod removed from the leg he severely injured in a motorcycle accident and is expected to return to skiing in about four weeks.

Eberharter Extends Overall Lead While Miller Struggles

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Bode Miller had a jarring return to everyday life on the World Cup circuit this past weekend in Germany. Eberharter picked up 180 points over two days, extending his overall lead over Miller.

Walchhofer Wins Downhill at Worlds

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As expected, an Austrian won the World Championship downhill.

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