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The World Cup women's downhill races were canceled Sunday because of high winds.
The American West is at home in the St. Moritz sanctuary of the Bogner clan
SKI Deals in Europe for 2002.
Aaah, there's no place like home. Just ask U.S. Ski Team member Erik Schlopy. "Once in a while you get a whiff of goat in the hall," says Schlopy, "but it doesn't get in the kitchen."
Super-G skiing champion Regine Cavagnoud died Wednesday at the Innsbruck University Hospital of head injuries sustained two days before in a collision with a German ski coach.
The condition of the German ski coach involved in the accident that killed Regine Cavagnoud has improved, his doctor said Thursday.
Ski resorts across the New World celebrate the 190 year-old German tradition of Oktoberfest with Bavarian music, food, dancing, beer, and other festivities in autumn alpine settings. Check out our top picks for an Oktoberfest near you.
Jan. 15: Caroline Lalive led five U.S. women into the top 20 Wednesday in a World Cup super G won by nearly a half-second by Olympic downhill champion Carole Montillet of France.
Alison Powers out-battled softening snow and a late start spot to collect the first World Cup points of her young career.
French skier Regine Cavagnoud remained in ``life-threatening'' condition with head and brain injuries Tuesday, the day after she crashed into a German coach during training.
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