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Bozzetto, Blanc take Soelden PGS

News

Oct. 29: Hookum second, Klug fifth in snowboard opener.

World Champion Cavagnoud Buried

News

Former ski greats joined thousands of others in a final tribute to Regine Cavagnoud in her Alpine village amid debate over dangerously high speeds in the sport.

Maier Ready to Race After Recuperating

Advice

Hermann Maier is feeling better and ready to resume his Olympic medal chase following four days away from the Italian Alps, the superstar skier's agent said Thursday.

Miller is Fifth in DH Training, and Not Talking

Advice

Relaxed and smiling but not talking, Bode Miller finished fifth during World Cup downhill training Wednesday while teammates, sponsors and officials awaited his response to criticism of comments he made about skiing and drinking.

Stowe Gears Up for Olympic Challenge

News

Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont brings together many former Olympic athletes this weekend for the Seventh Annual US Olympic Challenge.

Olympic Medalists Speak for Kids

Advice

1998 Olympic gold medalist Eric Bergoust showed off his gold medal and shared the spotlight with two new champions to kick off a new musical education program for children.

Vail Opens This Friday

News

Vail's new skier bridge takes center stage on Friday, Nov. 19 when Vail Mountain opens for the 2004-2005 season.

Riesch, Montillet Share Super-G Victory

Advice

Germany's Maria Riesch and France's Carole Montillet finished with identical times Sunday to share first place in a World Cup super giant slalom.

Record Storm Crushes Snowbird, Utah

News

Setting records for November snowfall, Snowbird Ski andSummer Resort received 100 inches of snow in the last 100 hours.

Austrian Leads Early in Women's Downhill

Advice

Careening down the icy course that claimed several top skiers in training-run crashes earlier this week, Austria's Alexandra Meissnitzer posted a time of 1 minute, 57.78 seconds to take an early lead in the Olympic women's downhill Wednesday.

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