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Jeep King of the Mountain Championships Hit Aspen


The Jeep King of the Mountain Series will finish up its 10th Anniversary Season by returning to the site of its very first race in 1994, beautiful Aspen Mountain for the World Professional Ski and Snowboard Championship Finals February 21-22, 2003.

Swiss Jaquet Leads Snowboard GS Qualifying, Klug 11th


Gilles Jaquet of France won the qualifying event with a time of 35.69 seconds, while American Chris Klug finished 11th in the one-run event, placing him in the 16-man, head-to-head final to be contested Friday.

Schoch Wins Snowboarding Gold, Klug Takes Bronze


Glad simply to be alive, liver transplant survivor Chris Klug carved his way to the bronze medal in the men's parallel GS. Philipp Schoch of Switzerland won the gold, defeating Sweden's Richard Richardsson, who took silver.

Team USA Shares Gold With Aspen Hometwon Heroes At Jeep® King Of The Mountain


Overall Champs include USA, French, Swedes in World Professional Ski and Snowboard Championship Finals

Aspen Mountain To Host Jeep King Of The Mountain World Professional Ski And Snowboard Championship Finals


Colorado's Chris Klug joins Moe, Gerety, and Fletcher to battle French, Swedes for World Professional Champion Title on February 21-22, 2003.

Winter Olympian Nate Holland One of Eight Qualifiers for World Championships at Squaw Valley


Holland to Join Seven Fellow Winter Olympians, Including Daron Rahlves, for World Professional Championships on Sunday at 10:00 a.m.

Sunday River Hosts Jeep® King of the Mountain Series Feb 3-4


Professional Skiing & Snowboard World Championships offers $450,000 purse.

Jeep King of the Mountain Qualifier This Saturday


The prestigious professional snow racing series returns to the Olympic slopes of Squaw Valley USA this weekend February 14-15, 2004 for the event championships.

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