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Bloom Returns to Moguls, Takes Fourth

Features

Defending moguls champ Jeremy Bloom returned impressively to World Cup skiing Thursday, finishing fourth while Tapio Luusua of Finland won and Travis Mayer finished second.

Bode Miller to Have Knee Surgery

Features

Olympic silver medalist Bode Miller will have surgery Friday on his left knee but is expected to race a week later in the World Cups in Utah.

Slow Start, Fast Finish

Turning Points

Even the world's fastest, fiercest skiers know the benefits of slowing down.

Nature Valley Alpine Cup Hits Loveland, Colo.

Features

Olympic double medalist Bode Miller and local favorite Sarah Schleper headline the Nature Valley Alpine Cup at Loveland Basin Nov. 13-17.

Weekend Storm Piles Snow on Colorado Resorts

Features

Another winter storm moved into Colorado this past weekend, continuing the consistent snowfall the state has experienced for the last eight weeks.

Pete's Odyssey

Features

In Vail this past summer, they mourned the death of Pete Seibert, 77. His passionate pursuit of a vision led to the nation's premier ski resort. So it is said. The reality is more complex.

Moseley, Battelle Head Olympic Freestyle Team

Competition

The U.S. Ski Team announces its formidable 14-member squad for Salt Lake City. Named to the team were five former Olympians.

Marry Me and Ski for Free at Loveland

Travel

Adventuresome couples will converge upon Loveland Ski Area on Valentine's Day for the area's 11th annual mountaintop wedding ceremony.

Mayer Wins Moguls Silver

Competition

The American favorites disappoint as Jonny Moseley takes fourth, while Jeremy Bloom nabs ninth.

Time to Go Skiing

From the Top

As I write this, three weeks have passed since the events of Sept. 11. Our thoughts go out to all the families and friends of the victims and to our magazine colleagues who soldier on in our New York City headquarters, where SKI was published for decades.

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