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Gathering of the World's Best

Features

On Sunday January 28, the best skiers in the world will descend on St. Anton am Alberg, Austria, for the first alpine World Ski Championships of the 21st century.

FIS Bib Regulation Disqualified Rahlves

Advice

Daron Rahlves lost a top-5 finish in the Kvitfjell DH when he tied a knot in his bib to reduce flapping, a clear violation of FIS rules.

Tomkins Wins Sprint Downhill as Disabled World Cup Opens

Advice

Mono-skier, Joe Tomkins overcame snowy conditions to win this year's opening disabled World Cup downhill. Mannino, McMullen, Riddell also outbattled snow to reach the podium.

Italian Races Moved to Switzerland

Advice

A women's downhill and super giant slalom scheduled for Santa Caterina, Italy, on Jan. 10-11 were moved to Veysonnaz, Switzerland, because the course could not be completed in time.

Deer Valley Awarded 2011 Freestyle World Champs

News

Deer Valley Resort awarded 2011 Freestyle World Championships.

World Cup Races Split Between Aspen and Copper

Advice

The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association and the International Ski Federation will split the sites for next weekend's scheduled FIS World Cup alpine ski races to help keep the races in Colorado.

Heavy Snow Postpones Women's Final DH

Advice

The final women's World Cup downhill of the season was postponed Wednesday by heavy snowfall and was rescheduled for early Thursday.

Schleper Takes Seventh in the World Cup Opener

Advice

Vail's Sarah Schleper overcame a first-run mistake Saturday and had the fifth-fastest second run to finish seventh in the World Cup giant slalom.

U.S.A. Successful on Key Initiatives at FIS Congress

News

Freestyle Worlds to Deer Valley; 22 U.S. World Cups in '07; Women will jump at '09 Worlds.

Trees Block Lake Louise Downhill

Advice

A stand of 100 trees may prevent Canada's Lake Louise downhill race from taking place this November and they could bar Canada from hosting future World Cup events.

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