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The Death of A <i>SKI</i> Legend

George E. Bauer, long time publisher of SKI Magazine passed away July 13 after a long illness. Read his obituary here.

Mancuso 3rd in SG, Ties for Points Lead


Cook 6th with career finish.

The Berkshires

Travel East

The skiing may lack for bona fide thrills, but these hills are rich with class and culture. First-rate hotels and restaurants abound.

Marquette, Mich.

Travel Midwest

Location, vertical drop and family-friendly prices push this area to the top of many Midwest skiers' "favorites" list.

Kann Valar Named Texaco Star Award Finalist


Ex-racer, Paula Kann Valar, was recognized with the Texaco Star Award, presented to USSST alumni for their dedication to the community. A $2,500 check will be given to the charity of her choice this afternoon.

Four Time Olympic Qualifier Dies


Gordon Wren, the only American to qualify for four Olympic skiing events, died of cancer at his home in Steamboat Springs, CO on Thursday.

Seven Named to Ski Hall of Fame


The U.S. National Ski Hall of Fame announces seven ski industry veterans to be inducted September 25.

Six Elected to US Ski Hall of Fame


Seven skiers were inducted into the U.S. National Ski Hall of Fame.

Ski Great Dick Durrance Dies at 89


Olympian Dick Durrance, who universally was considered the first world-class alpine racer from the United States, has died.

Six Named to Hall of Fame


Six skiing pioneers and industry leaders were named yesterday to the U.S. National Ski Hall of Fame.

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