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This weekend, the men's World Cup alpine tour will make its first US stop, at Beaver Creek, CO. The event will take place on the resort's legendary Birds of Prey run.
A men's World Cup downhill race was moved from the French Alps to Vail, Colo., because of a lack of snow, the International Ski Federation said Wednesday.
Deer Valley Resort, UT has been chosen to host the 2003 Freestyle World Champions. This marks the first U.S. World Championships since Lake Placid in 1991.
Moguls champ, Sandra Schmitt, 19, was one of over 159 people killed in the Kaprun cable car disaster. Her parents died in the accident as well.
World Cup racers will have to wait until next year to compete on the Grizzly course at Snowbasin, UT. The downhill was cancelled for three straight days due to heavy snow.
The first men's downhill training run at Lake Louise, Alberta was pushed back one day due to recent warm weather and a lack of preparation.
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 Resort awarded 2011 Freestyle World Championships.
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.
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.
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