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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.
A men's World Cup downhill was canceled Monday because of heavy snow and low visibility.
Val d'Isere, which originally gave up two women's alpine World Cup races so they could concentrate on preparing the men's race courses, agreed Thursday to re-take the women's races.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Associationand the International Ski Federation will split the sites for nextweekend's scheduled FIS World Cup alpine ski races to help keep theraces in Colorado.
Practice for a men's World Cup downhill race was canceled today because of heavy winds and too much snow.
Fog and strong wind wiped out a women's World Cup super giant slalom Sunday.
British skier Alain Baxter was stripped of his Olympic bronze medal in the slalom Thursday after testing positive for a banned stimulant at last month's Winter Games.
Maier plans to take a holiday and begin his training again in Februaryor March. He won't be watching the Olympics on television, saying hewants to travel to a remote island with no televisions so he won't haveto see what he's missing.
Despite vigorous snowmaking attempts at Park City, UT, warm weather will move the women's giant slalom and slalom races from Utah to Copper Mountain, CO.
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