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American Bode Miller takes 19th behind winner Hermann Maier of Austria in Sunday's World Cup opener in Tignes, France.
How you stand and where you look will help you crush 'em.
U.S. Ski Team racer Caroline Lalive explains how to make quicker turns on today's short skis.
Kirsten Clark explains that if you keep your hands out in front of you everything else will fall into place.
Your tracks offer a candid report card on how well you're skiing. Study them to learn what you're doing right-and wrong. Looking at how you came down the slope will help you move on ahead where you want to go.
Having trouble controlling your skis on steep terrain? Finding the right line in moguls? Plowing through nasty snow? The problem may lie in the way you approach your first turn.
Pond skimming contests are a springtime ritual throughout ski country. These events-in which contestants attempt to cross a frigid pool of snowmelt-are an exhibitionist's dream.
The second law to conquer the powder.
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