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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.

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.

Just Be Koz

Features

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

Koz Takes Second in Are Slalom

Advice

Kristina Koznick tuned-up for the Olympics with another slalom podium Sunday. She finished 2nd behind Laure Pequegnot of France with Sarah Schleper taking 8th.

Finland's Poutiainen Wraps Up Slalom Title

Advice

Finland's Tanja Poutiainen captured the overall slalom title Sunday.

Dorfmeister Wins Giant Slalom in Germany

News

Austria's Michaela Dorfmeister won a World Cup giant slalom Saturday, a convincing victory that showed she is in formidable shape leading to the Olympics.

Goetschl Wins Cortina Downhill

Advice

Austria's Renate Goetschl recorded her first downhill victory of the season Saturday in what might have been Picabo Street's last World Cup race.

Austria's Schild Wins Slalom, Koznick Takes Second

Advice

Marlies Schild won a slalom Sunday for her third World Cup victory this season.

New Season, New Shapes

Advice

The International Ski Federation (FIS) announced new standards for sidecuts and stack height last spring, and factories and racers are hustling to accommodate.

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