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The Tyranny Of Performance


A call to ski manufacturers: Save the knees. A couple of years ago, while I was writing a profile of Bill Esrey, the genial, athletic CEO of the Sprint communications company, I heard that he'd suffered a severe knee injury at Vail.

Ski Testing: Dream Job?


Sure, it sounds like the best possible way to spend a winter week. But it's harder work than you might think.

Pig Ligs


Your body probably doesn't have any pig parts-unless you ate bacon for breakfast. But at least five skiers at Aspen Valley Hospital have been implanted with swine intestines to repair torn knee ligaments.

Kostner Wins Women's Downhill


Italy's Isolde Kostner won the women's World Cup downhill race today in St. Moritz, Switzerland, marking her third win of the season.

Johnson Improving Substantially


Former Olympic gold medal winner Bill Johnson continues to improve at a Portland hospital, where he is now able to walk, talk, and eat with some assistance.

France's Cavagnoud Wins Cortina D'Ampezzo Downhill


France's Regine Cavagnoud trounced her rivals, winning the World Cup downhill in Cortina D'Ampezzo, Italy, for the second consecutive year.

Bahrke Injures Right Knee While Training


Bahrke fell during training at Mont Tremblant and injured her right knee.

Schleper Takes Seventh in the World Cup Opener


Vail's Sarah Schleper overcame a first-run mistake Saturday and had the fifth-fastest second run to finish seventh in the World Cup giant slalom.

Winberg Injured, But Wins Downhill in St. Moritz


Long jump at the bottom of the course leaves Swedish winner limping to a first-place finish.

Freestylers Dvbvig, Currutt, and Hacker Retire


June 2: Evan Dybvig, Brian Currutt and Corey Hacker have decided to retire from World Cup skiing.

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