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Colorado's Chris Klug joins Moe, Gerety, and Fletcher to battle French, Swedes for World Professional Champion Title on February 21-22, 2003.
Jeep has replaced Ford as the title sponsor of the country's only professional downhill series. Races are scheduled to air on CBS Dec. 15, Feb. 17, and March 24.
From Jan. 31-Feb. 6, resorts across the country are encouraging girls to get involved in snow sports with special events and offers.
Booth Creek Ski Holdings denies rumors that the company is actively trying to sell four of its seven ski properties.
A snowstorm has dropped up to three feet of snow on several ski resorts, and it is expected to blow all night. Opening day may even come sooner than expected for some areas.
A large snowstorm sat over northern New England for three days and finally cleared out this morning. Take a look to see who got what, and when the ski areas open.
Budget Rent-a-Car is offering a winter Extreme Ski package that gives skiers perks when they rent a car for more than three days.
Last week the first cousin of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Michael, visited Bretton Woods, NH and Loon Mountain, NH ski resort for charity and to test out the slopes for his countrymen.
Big news is that revenues and income are up substantially over same period last year. The ski area conglomerate also said that Chairman George Gillett will reduce his role going forward.
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