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Rahlves In the Hunt

Competition

On the opening day of men's Olympic downhill training, the spotlight fell on pre-race favorites like Daron Rahlves who finished third in training.

Above it All

Travel East

Everyone knows it's bigger, steeper and farther than most New England resorts. But what really sets Sugarloaf apart is its easygoing attitude.

You the Jury

From the Top

The verdict is in: SKI's readers know their mountains.

Olympic TV: Dead or Live

Features

Why don't you watch the highlights of the game?" my wife asked at breakfast last October. "Why would I want to watch a rerun?" I replied. "I know how the game turned out."

Hooked On Speed

Features

You don't have to be a racer to get a lot out of the Billy Kidd Center for Performance Skiing at Steamboat, Colo. You just have to want to improve.

Family Feels Johnson Will Recover Quickly

Features

The family of injured skier Bill Johnson can imagine a time when the Olympic champion is home with them, recovering from the crash that nearly killed him. They feel he'll recover sooner than doctors think.

Skier Johnson Comes Out of Coma

Features

Olympic champion Bill Johnson has come out of a coma in his slow recovery from a devastating skiing crash three weeks ago in Montana. Doctors report he is making slight movements on his own, and that the term coma no longer applies.

Summer Resorts 2001- Northeast, Whiteface Mountain, N.Y.

Features

Some ski towns slumber in the summer. Others, including Lake Placid, come into their own. Well-heeled vacationers have summered here since the Age of Steam, when they arrived by train to escape city heat in the lush, cool Adirondacks.

Olympic Champion Still in Coma

Features

The diagnosis says Bill Johnson is comatose. Johnson remained hospitalized in a coma Sunday, three days after sustaining severe head trauma after crashing during an FIS downhill, but doctors were very encouraged and impressed by his progress.

600 in Nastar Finals at Beaver Creek

Features

More than 600 skiers from across the nation are descending on the Vail Valley for the CharlesSchwab Nastar National Championships this Saturday and Sunday at Beaver Creek Resort in Colorado.

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