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Last spring I skied with a bunch of racing buddies from the old days, the "old days" being the late Eighties and early Nineties.
As SKI Magazine pushes into the 21st century and enters its 65th season, there is no talk of retirement around our offices in Boulder, Colo.
Finally, sophisticated shaped-ski technology trickles down to the half-pint crowd. And, boy, are they having fun.
Let the slackers wear silly shorts and go golfing. Summer skiing separates the pretenders from the performers. You know who you are.
All it took was one day at Vail on 12 high-performance super-sidecuts to find nirvana in a carved turn.
Skiers in Idaho can ski free for the rest of this season if they purchase next season's pass now.
Three companies are vying for ownership of Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp., CO, which was put up for sale by the American Skiing Company (ASC) last spring.
The Colorado Pass and Buddy Pass will be on sale at last spring's prices over Labor Day weekend only; prices will increase on Sept. 6, 2005.
Three ski hills face clouds of uncertainty, not snow, which could keep them idle next season.
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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