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World Cup ski races in North America will proceed as scheduled despite military action in Afghanistan in response to the Sept. 11 attacks.
Fast, hard snow makes for good race conditions at Copper Mountain, CO, facilitating change of venue for North American World Cup launch.
U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association President and CEO Bill Marolt was elected Saturday as a vice president of the International Ski Federation and a member of the FIS Council.
Three women's races in World Cup skiing were called off at the French resort of Megeve because of lack of snow.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) announced new standards for sidecuts and stack height last spring, and factories and racers are hustling to accommodate.
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 giant slalom scheduled for Val d'Isere on Dec. 14 was switched to Alta Badia in Italy.
Serge Lang, one of the founders of the World Cup of ski racing, died Sunday Nov. 21, at the age of 79.
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.
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