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Kangchenjunga Ski Expedition Update 1

Fredrick Ericsson starts the journey to the Himilayas, stopping in Kathmandu

Fredrick Ericsson is planning on climbing and skiing Kangchenjunga this year. Follow along as he makes it to base camp, ascends the mountain, and meets interesting people.



The Adventure has begun. Jörgen and I are now on the trek towards Kangchenjunga base camp. Four days have passed and four days to go to reach camp.


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.

Doctors Urge Herminator to Wait to Ski

News

Doctors have told two-time Olympic champion Hermann Maier to wait until late December beforebuckling up his ski boots again, dimming hopes that he might be able to compete at the Salt Lake City Olympics.

Wachusett Mountain Prepares for Supreme Court

News

In an on-going battle over a planned expansion, Wachusett Mountain Ski Area in Massachusetts will battle it out with the Sierra Club in court.

Docs Tell Maier to Wait

Advice

Doctors told World Cup and Olympic champ, Hermann Maier, to wait until late December before strapping on his boards.

Montillet Lights Spark in Grim Season for France

Advice

After a season of sorrow in which they had to bury one of their own, the French team got to exult in a surprising victory. Carole Montillet captured the women's Olympic downhill on Tuesday despite never having won a downhill on the World Cup circuit.

Fifth Record Medal for Tahoe's Mancuso

Advice

Libby Ludlow (Bellevue, WA), who collected her first World Cup points in giant slalom this winter, took the first-run lead in GS Tuesday and held on for her first U.S. title while Julia Mancuso (Olympic Valley, CA) finished second and earned her USA-record fifth medal at the Chevrolet U.S. Alpine Championships.

Vermont Ski Areas Association President Steps Down

News

The president of the Vermont Ski Areas Association announces her retirement after 21 years of service with the group.

Big Sky Avalanche Investigation Continues

News

The investigation into the avalanche at Big Sky Ski Resort that killed a 26-year-old employee and injured another over Thanksgiving weekend sheds light on the cause of the tragedy.

Vail sues Intrawest

News

Oct. 1: Denver approves Winter Park contract, and VR schedules budget cuts.

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