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Boston Kicks Off Ski Season in November


The red letter days for snowsports enthusiasts in New England are Nov. 5-7 (Connecticut) and Nov. 18-21 (Boston), the dates of the annual SnowSports Expos, taking place at The Hartford Civic Center and Boston's Bayside Expo Center respectively.

Men's Halfpipe at Park City: Powers Leads Sweep


Ross Powers of the United States won the halfpipe snowboarding gold medal Monday, leading an American sweep.

U.S. Men Ready to Rock 'N Roll


The four-man U.S. men's alpine A Team is anxious to get into the continuous phase of the Cafe de Colombia racing schedule and to show what they can do at the Olympics.

Olympic Ski Champion Aamodt Breaks Ankle


Olympic champion Kjetil Andre Aamodt broke his right ankle when he fell Wednesday while training and could be sidelined until January.

Miller 6th, Schlopy 13th in Giant Slalom


Bode Miller (Bretton Woods, NH) was the top American finisher in sixth, while three-time Olympian Erik Schlopy (Park City, UT) placed 13th in Monday's Olympic giant slalom.

Bergoust, Moseley Head '02 Freestyle Team


Eric Bergoust, Jonny Moseley and Ann Battelle head a group of 14 skiers nominated Tuesday to compete next month at the Salt Lake City Olympics.

24th Annual Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge at Killington


For the 200 amateur mogul and freestyle skiers who think they have mastered the bumps, the 24th Annual Budweiser Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge on April 3-4, 2004, sets the stage where you go big-or go home.

Women's Combined at Snowbasin: Kostelic Takes Gold


Caroline Lalive's hopes of joining Bode Miller as an American medalist in the combined event disappeared when she fell in the slalom and dropped out of the event, won by Croatia's Janica Kostelic.

Moguls champ Brassard retires


Oct. 19: Jean-Luc Brassard never bounced back after his knee injury at the 2000 finals.

World Cup Races Split Between Aspen and Copper


The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association and the International Ski Federation will split the sites for next weekend's scheduled FIS World Cup alpine ski races to help keep the races in Colorado.

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