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A Look Ahead To 2002

From the Top

In this space two seasons ago, I wrote about the improbable predictions of U.S. Ski Team CEO Bill Marolt, who boldly promised that his team would win 10 Olympic medals in 2002 and eventually bring home the alpine Nations Cup, awarded annually by SKI to th

Ladies' Slalom Title Contested

Features

She may have crashed out in the combined slalom event, but Janica Kostelic is the undoubted favorite for Wednesday night's World Championship slalom event in St Anton, Austria.

Just Be Koz

Features

Kristina Koznick, America's top slalom skier, is calm, cool and ready to collect the World slalom title.

Ski Racing's Super Bowl

Features

More than 400 athletes from 50 nations will descend on the Vail Valley for the 1999 World Alpine Ski Championships. Here's a guide to enjoying the action-whether on TV or in person.

Ready to Rip in Soelden

Advice

Saturday marks the opening of the FIS Café de Colombia race series. The women will open with a GS on Saturday, to be followed by the men's competition on Sunday.

Italy's Karbon Wins Giant Slalom

Advice

Italy's Denise Karbon captured her first World Cup victory Saturday, rallying from fifth place after the first run of a giant slalom to edge Austrians Nicole Hosp and Elisabeth Goergl.

World Class Field at Loveland, CO

Advice

This weekend's Chevy Truck Super Series will see championship fields in both the men's and women's events as some of the world's best ski racers prepare for the World Cup races at Park City, UT Nov. 16-19.

Dorfmeister Takes Sestriere GS

Advice

Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria won her first GS of season at Sestriere, Italy's World Cup. Kristina Koznick and Sarah Schleper of the U.S. placed in the top 27 spots. Check out the women's race results and standings.

Racer eX: Now What?

Advice

SKI senior contributor and two-time Olympian Edie Thys contemplates life for ski racers after Salt Lake 2002.

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