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X Games Hit Aspen, Jan. 22-25

Get out your twin-tips and temporary tattoos: The X Games are hitting Aspen, Colorado again, January 22-25, 2009. This year, skip the snowmobiles for the demolition derby of Skier X (a.k.a. skiercross) – four to six skiers simultaneously careening down a motocross-like course of rollers, bumps, banks, and ridges.

The International Olympic Committee recently announced that the sport will be included in the 2010 Winter Games in Whistler, B.C.

Honda Ski Tour 2007 Finals Arrives at Squaw March 8-11

News

The fourth and final stop on The Honda Ski Tour 2007 will crown the overall ski cross and halfpipe champions.

In His View: Jean-Claude Killy

Features

Last winter, in the course of preparing a travel story on Val d'Isère in the French Alps, I enjoyed the good fortune to interview the legendary Jean-Claude Killy.

IOC Establishes World Drug Agency

Advice

The International Olympic Committee established a global anti-drug agency at Lausanne, Switzerland and now looks to the U.S. take part.

Deer Valley May Lose Olympic Event

News

In order to have the downhill and slalom events of the combined races at the same venue on the same day, international race officials have asked the Salt Lake organizers to move the slalom event from Deer Valley to Snowbasin.

Olympic Torch Returns to Squaw Valley

News

The Olympic flame returns to Squaw Valley USA on Sunday for the first time in 42 years, providing a glimpse into an Olympics with modest beginnings as the torch makes its way to Salt Lake City.

Report Alleges US Olympic Committee Involved in Salt Lake Scandal

Advice

Backers of Salt Lake City's bid to host the 2002 Winter Olympics paid a former top official of the U.S. Olympic Committee about $65,000, an internal investigation found.

IOC Chief To Be Interviewed by FBI

News

IOC president Juan Antonio Samaranch will meet with FBI agents investigating the Salt Lake City bribery scandal.

IOC Rules Frustrate

News

Salt Lake's chief Olympic organizer said Tuesday he was frustrated by IOC bureaucracy that prevents him from speaking directly with athletes about security for the Winter Games.

Busted!

Advice

Three cross-country skiers, including multi-medalists Larissa Lazutina of Russia and Johann Muehlegg of Spain, were thrown out of the Winter Games and each stripped of a gold medal for using a drug designed to help kidney patients avoid anemia.

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