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SkiNet Remembers Everett F. Kircher

News

Everett F. Kircher, a pioneer in the ski industry was an innovator of ski instruction, snowmaking and grooming, and founder of the nation's largest privately held chain of ski resorts died Wednesday, Jan. 16. He was 85.

Austria's Kroell Fastest in Downhill Run

Advice

Klaus Kroell clocked the fastest training time Friday to secure the final berth on Austria's Olympic downhill team.

Bill Johnson Out of Coma

Advice

Former Olympic champion Bill Johnson, continuing to make a strong recovery from brain surgery, is out of a coma and entering the next phase of his rehabilitation, according to his new hospital.

Tracy Retires After Two Decades of Coaching

News

Jim Tracy retires from coaching after two decades.

Malysz Grabs Top-Spot in Ski Jump Qualifying

Advice

Poland's Adam Malysz, the bronze medal winner at 90 meters, was the leader after qualifying, which trimmed the field of 66 jumpers to 50 for Tuesday's two-round final.

Canada's Turgeon Wins Women's Downhill

News

Melanie Turgeon won the downhill at the world championships Sunday, Canada's first title in the showcase race in 10 years.

Ski Champ Kostelic Undergoes Knee Surgery

Advice

Olympic champion Janica Kostelic had surgery on her right knee and will miss the opening races of the World Cup ski season.

Lindsey Kildow in Historic 3-Way Tie for Super-G Victory

Advice

A healthy Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO) rebounded from her Olympic frustrations Friday to earn her third World Cup win of the season, and the first super G victory of her career, as part of an historic three-way tie for the win.

Olympic Flame Returns to Squaw Valley

News

Following nearly a year of preparation and planning, the Olympic Flame made its historic return to Olympic soil at Squaw Valley USA amidst lively celebration.

Eight Olympic Skiers Suspended for Excessive Hemoglobin Levels

Advice

The first whiff of scandal hit the Turin Olympics the day before the opening ceremony, as eight cross-country skiers _ including two Americans and a former gold medalist from Germany _ were suspended for failed blood tests.

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