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U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame Inducts Class of 2011

Hall of Fame Inductees
Hall of Fame Inductees
A sold-out ceremony ushers eight athletes and industry pioneers into the fold.

Hundreds packed into Seattle’s Bell Harbor Events Center on April 14 to welcome eight new Hall of Famers, while concurrently celebrating K2’s 50th year of ski-gear innovation. It was a fitting nod to the sport's history and future—a recognition of how far we’ve come and a celebration the people who helped pave the way.

Congrats to the inductees:

World Cup Comes to Deer Valley

News

Chevrolet Freestyle International will present four World Cup competitions over three days.

Camplin, Arkhipov Win Aerials Gold As Worlds Close

Features

Alisa Camplin set a women's world record by winning the gold medal at the World Championships.

Pack Jumps to Silver Medal

Competition

Czech Ales Valenta takes gold, while defending Olympic champion Eric Bergoust falls to 12th.

U.S. Freestyle Team: Joe Pack

Competition

SKIING's interview with one of the top U.S. freestylers.

Go USA: Freestyle Predictions

Features

Published: February 2002

For U.S. Alpine Skiers, The Heat Is On

Advice

SKI editor-in-chief Andy Bigford goes behind the scenes to assess the situation the U.S. Alpine Ski Team is facing as they head into the final four events.

Pack Leads 3 U.S. Men Into Top Six In Season Finale

Advice

March 2: Olympic aerials champion and newly crowned world champ Alisa Camplin of Australia and Dmitry Arkhipov of Russia, who won the men's gold medal at Worlds a month ago, added the World Cup aerials title to their haul for the season.

Freestyle Worlds End Under the Lights; 6 Medals for the USA

Advice

Feb. 1: Campling, Arkhipov Win Aerials Gold As Worlds Close

Peterson Leads U.S. Aerialists in Lake Placid

Advice

Jan. 19: Canadian Ryan Blais won the first World Cup of his career while Jeret Peterson, the top U.S. aerialist, in sixth place.

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