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Kostelic Bruises Arm in Giant Slalom

News

Triple Olympic champion Janica Kostelic escaped serious injury after clipping a gate with her arm Thursday during a giant slalom at the world championships.

3rd Annual Mountain Dew Spring Splash at Cranmore

Advice

Make a splash at Cranmore's closing day pond-skimming contest on Sunday, March 30, 2002

Eberharter is the Man to Beat in DH

News

The first time they skied against each other at the Alpine Skiing World Championships, Bode Miller and Hermann Maier finished tied for second. The man who beat them then could do it again.

Double Medals for U.S. Women

Advice

Feb. 3: Clark and Mendes went silver and bronze in the women's super G.

Double Medals for U.S. Women at Worlds Super G

News

Kirsten Clark and Jonna Mendes went silver and bronze in the women's super G Monday as the women opened their campaign at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in St. Moritz.

Three Americans Reach Women's Moguls Finals

Advice

Four-time Olympian Ann Battelle led a field of three Americans into the finals of the women's moguls competition Saturday.

Austrians Rule the Mountain With 14 Medals

Advice

Fittingly, three Austrians were the last men standing in the final Alpine event of the Turin Olympics.

Lindsey Kildow Feeling Better, May Ski

Advice

American Lindsey Kildow's injured back was feeling better Thursday, leaving open the possibility that she would race in Friday's Olympic giant slalom, after all.

Olympics Likely Over for Kostelic, Kildow

Advice

Two of the biggest names in women's Alpine skiing could miss the last race of the Turin Games.

Sunday River, Maine: Rank 5 East, 1997

Features

Sunday River is not the highest mountain in the East, but it may be the widest. What it lacks in vertical rise is more than compensated for by eight sprawling peaks and a surprising variety of trails spilling down 1,200 vertical feet.

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