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The wait is finally over. Two areas in Colorado, Loveland Ski Area and Copper Mountain Resort, opened for skiing this week.
The best skiers in the world, including three reigning world champions, from more than 15 countries will battle it out for $22,000 in prize money on the slopes of Loveland Ski Area this Thursday through Sunday at the Nature Valley Alpine Cup.
The first day started at a very early and dark 4:45am when I packed my truck and went to meet the other team members and head to Eldora Mountain Resort, outside of Boulder.
After more twists and turns than a "choose your own adventure" fantasy, Hans-Petter Buraas of Norway won the men's World Cup SL at Sestriere, Italy on Dec. 11.
Loveland Ski Area slated to be the first in the Nation to open for the sixth consecutive season.
Results from the Nature Valley Alpine Cup at Loveland ski area in Colorado.
Nov. 24: Chip Knight seventh; Miller out after first run.
The snow is falling, and the nation's highest resorts are gunning to open first
Final results of the Nature Valley Alpine Cup from Loveland Valley, Colo.
Nov. 14: Ertl second, Lalive third, Stiegler sixth in nasty weather.
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