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Europe Glacier Skiing: Where to Ski in August

Glacier ski areas in Austria, France, Italy and Switzerland remain open for skiing.

Warm temperatures on Europe's glaciers have led some summer ski resorts to close early, but the majority remain open and the leading snow-reporting service http://www.skiinfo.com target=_blank>Skiinfo.com has snow depth details for all of them. The company tracks snow conditions several times daily, year round, at more than a thousand European ski resorts, including the dozen that are currently offering summer snow sports.

Lalive Comeback Cut Short

News

The comeback of three-time Olympian Caroline Lalive was cut short this week when she suffered a season-ending knee injury.

German Coach Can't Remember Crash

News

The German skiing coach who was in the fatal crash with French star Regine Cavagnoud says he can't remember the collision and does not feel responsible for it.

Fleischer Crashes, Blows Knee

News

U.S. skier Chad Fleischer tore ligaments in his right knee during a World Cup downhill training session Thursday, an accident likely to keep him out of next month's Salt Lake City Olympics.

French Skiers Quizzed in Death

Advice

Fifteen French skiers and ski team officials will be questioned as part of the investigation into Regine Cavagnoud's death.

Fleischer Crashes, Blows Knee

Advice

Chad Fleischer is likely to be out of the Salt Lake games. He crashed Thursday in a World Cup downhill training session and tore ligaments in his right knee.

Cavagnoud Critical

News

French skier Regine Cavagnoud remained in ``life-threatening'' condition with head and brain injuries Tuesday, the day after she crashed into a German coach during training.

As Prayers Are Said for Cavagnoud, Finger-Pointing Begins

News

As friends and neighbors prayed for Regine Cavagnoud in her home village in the Alps, German and French ski officials argued over responsibility for her fatal collision with a German coach.

French Skier Cavagnoud Still in Critical Condition

News

French skier Regine Cavagnoud remained in "life-threatening'' condition with head and brain injuries Tuesday, the day after she crashed into a German coach during training.

Pequegnot Wins Copper Slalom, Koznick Takes Sixth

News

Laure Pequegnot overcame a snow squall and mid-race troubles Thursday to collect an emotional first World Cup win of her career in the slalom concluding the Chevy Truck Women's World Challenge.

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