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SKI Remembers Everett F. Kircher


Everett F. Kircher, a pioneer in the ski industry as 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.

Herminator Leaves Italy to Fight the Flu


Herminator, heal thyself.

Second Season Of SuperSeries Set to Kickoff


For the second straight season, the USSA will hold the ski and snowboard SuperSeries for young racers.

Men's Downhill at Snowbasin: Strobl Wins Gold


Fritz Strobl, long overshadowed by more illustrious Austrians, took advantage of a big mistake by teammate Stephan Eberharter to win the Olympic men's downhill Sunday.

Salt Lake Medals Unveiled


Looking nothing like the polished, coin-like medals of past games, Salt Lake's medals have heft and bulk and smooth but irregular edges, like a weathered rock plucked from a mountain stream.

Germany's Olympic Champion Injured


Hilde Gerg of Germany, the Olympic slalom champion, broke her left shin bone today in a spill during practice and will miss the rest of the World Cup skiing season.

Two-Time Olympian Chad Fleischer Retires


Two-time Olympian and former U.S. downhill champion Chad Fleischer has decided to retire after a decade of World Cup and Olympic racing.

Gerg Wins Swiss Super-G; Lalive Places 11th.


Germany's Hilde Gerg won a World Cup super giant slalom Sunday for her first victory of the season, boosting her confidence after a knee injury.

Kildow 2nd in Downhill at World Cup Finals


Lindsey Kildow takes 2nd in Downhill at World Cup Finals; Olympian says overall title is on her list of goals.

Billy Johnson Back on Snow


It wasn't an Olympic trial or a 75 mph downhill, but Olympic champion Bill Johnson was back on snow at Mt. Hood.

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