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For 2001, Head's mantra continues to be: "Help all skiers have more fun with less effort." Head's biggest coup of late was to add superstar Jonny Moseley to its athlete roster last spring.
Bumps. Ya either love 'em or hate 'em. Either way, you know that skiing the moguls gracefully separates the truly great from the merely good. Master the bumps and runs that once eluded you become little playgrounds.
Even if your qualifying times weren't good enough to get you a bunk in the athletes' village, it's not too late to book a trip to the Olympics.
The Canadian Ski Museum picked three inductees to the Hall of Fame for 1999. Jean-Guy Brunet, Alain Laroche, and Ron Richards get the honors.
Olympic champion Jonny Moseley of the United States revived his season Friday by winning a World Cup moguls competition four weeks before the Winter Games.
Loveland Ski Area became the first Colorado resort and the third U.S. resort to open for the 2000-2001 ski season, serving up one top to bottom run and lots of fun.
The Crested Butte ski patrol fired up the chairlift for us almost and hour-and-a-half after closing.
Jeremy Bloom grabbed top honors at Park City moguls world cup competition.
Bahrke fell during training at Mont Tremblant and injured her right knee.
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