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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.
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.
Feb. 1: Campling, Arkhipov Win Aerials Gold As Worlds Close
Jan. 19: Canadian Ryan Blais won the first World Cup of his career while Jeret Peterson, the top U.S. aerialist, in sixth place.
The 'Hurricane' storms into Killington March 23-26 at Bear Mountain.
Top freestylers Eric Bergoust and Nikki Stone will compete for a $35,000 purse in the Sprint Ultimate Airwave, this weekend in Park City, UT.
Olympic Gold Medallist, Jonny Moseley teams up with US Ski Team members and sponsors to present an eighth grade essay contest.
Olympic silver medalist Shannon Bahrke successfully defended her women's dual moguls national title Friday, while Toby Dawson unseated 2001 men's champion Garth Hager.
Sept. 9: Ski and Snowboard fundraisers slated for San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, New York, Salt Lake and Denver.
The Freestyle World Cup Tour opened at Mt. Buller, in Australia.
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