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olympic events

Bode Wins Fourth World Cup Race


American Bode Miller collects Austrian slalom victory by 0.66 seconds.

Olympic Alpine Team Named


Bode, Rahlves, Picabo, and Koz head the 22-person U.S. Olympic Team.

You Made Us Proud, Utah

From the Top

In the February Olympic preview issue of SKI, we wrapped ourselves in red, white and blue, predicting that Utah would host a brilliant Winter Games. Looking back, it's clear that Utah over-delivered on expectations, particularly with the skiing and snow

Stein's Place

Mountain Life

When you're Stein Eriksen, a winter mountain home is more than a shelter; it's a little bit of ski history, too.

High Winds Postpone Women's Downhill


Picabo Street's quest to become the first American woman to win three Olympic skiing medals will have to wait at least one more day.

U.S. Freestyle Team: Joe Pack


SKIING's interview with one of the top U.S. freestylers.

Grizzly's Hidden Bite


Aptly named "Grizzly," Snowbasin's men's Olympic course is a fierce ride that challenges racers with elements never before seen in downhill competition. U.S. Olympian Doug Lewis leads a tour of this deceptively difficult men's Olympic downhill track.

Nothin' But Network


This month, as the World Cup season gathers steam, fans like myself find themselves surfing the channels to find any morsel of ski coverage.

Fast Times At Mountain High


Seventy years ago when Otto Schniebs declared, "Skiing is not a sport, it's a way of life," the Dartmouth ski coach probably didn't dream that his lifestyle would one day include a form of urban sprawl.

29 Named to U.S. Alpine Ski Team


World champion Daron Rahlves, first-time World Cup winner Kirsten Clark and 13 other Olympians, including defending super G gold medalist Picabo Street, headline anextremely deep 29-member U.S. Alpine Ski Team for the comingOlympic season.

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