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Turgeon Wins Women's Downhill

Features

After the injuries, the doubts and the pressure, Melanie Turgeon finally got a chance to laugh at all those who said she was done as a skier.

2003 Number 30 Resort in North America: Alpine Meadows, Calif.

Features

It's not as glitzy as next-door Squaw Valley. Nor does it have all the amenities of its more famous neighbor. And you won't find many ski-and-snowboard rock stars hanging out at the base here. But you won't find many posers, either.

2003 Number 24 Resort in North America: Squaw Valley, Calif.

Features

It stretches over six peaks and covers 4,000 acres of terrain. It boasts 33 lifts, including a cable car and a Funitel. It features a high-alpine "village," replete with restaurants, bars, a bungee tower, a pool and an ice rink.

2003 Number 16 Resort in North America: Copper Mountain, Colo.

Features

The tools are picked up, construction is finished and the new Copper Mountain Village is here. Chronically criticized as a resort with "limited dining and nightlife," Copper counterpunches with its new hub, which boasts 14 restaurants and 21 lodges.

Salomon Bindings 2003

Features

A preview of Salomon bindings for the 2003 season.

2002 Number 3 Resort in the East: Sugarloaf, Maine

Travel

Sometimes justice does prevail. Virtually ignored by readers just four years ago, Sugarloaf has steadily climbed in the survey to right where it belongs.

2002 Number 9 Resort in the East: Loon Mountain, N.H.

Travel

If you groom it, they will come. That mantra has served Loon Mountain well over the past decade, with more skiers discovering its well-groomed, well-made snow minutes off Route 93.

High Winds Postpone Women's Downhill

Competition

Picabo Street's quest to become the first American woman to win three Olympic skiing medals will have to wait at least one more day.

Bode Miller: Medals, Mindsets, Mittens

Competition

Miller speaks with journalists after his weekend slalom victory, his third World Cup win of the season.

Go USA!

Features

Inspired by patriotism, SKI Magazine dares to dream of what the U.S. Ski Team could achieve in the 2002 Salt Lake Olympics. The heck with Ski Team chief Bill Marolt's bold 10-medal pledge. Here's how the U.S. could reel in 15 medals.

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