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A Day On High

Features

Carrying on-and celebrating the lives of fallen comrades-New York firefighters find fun and solace on the slopes of Hunter Mountain. Snow and spirits fly as 675 FDNY firefighters gather at Hunter for their 29th annual ski race. This year, the friendly grudge match takes on a whole new meaning.

Swedish Teen Takes Gutsy Slalom Win, Koznick Eighth

Features

Anja Paerson of Sweden picked up the biggest title of her career Wednesday night in horrid conditions to win theslalom at the World Alpine Ski Championships.

Lake Louise Training Postponed

Advice

The first men's downhill training run at Lake Louise, Alberta was pushed back one day due to recent warm weather and a lack of preparation.

Canceled Kitzbuehel DH Moved to Garmisch

Advice

The men's World Cup downhill which was scrapped in Kitzbuehel due to bad weather will be held Feb. 18 at Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Germany.

Disrupted Race Won by Pranger

Advice

Pranger wins slalom disrupted by timing errors.

Downhill Course Earns Director's Praise

Advice

The men's Olympic downhill course has gone from flop to formidable.

Canceled Downhill Strengthens Walchhofer

Advice

The next-to-last World Cup downhill of the season was canceled because of heavy fog Saturday, strengthening Austrian Michael Walchhofer's chances of defending his season title.

Cosmetic Enhancement

Gear

The world of ski design is a bit like Hollywood - cosmetics make a huge impact. Each winter, more than 700,000 pairs of skis are brought into the US, but buying model XYZ stateside doesn't mean it looks the same in Europe or Japan.

Flatlanders Invade Crested Butte

News

For some 36 years, a group of Midwesterners known as the Flatlanders make a pilgrimage to the ski slopes. This year they chose Crested Butte, CO.

Swedish Teen Takes Gutsy SL Win

Advice

Anja Paerson jumped and jibed her way down a difficult Sl course at the World Junior Alpine Championships to take the win on Feb. 7. US skier Kristina Koznick finished 8th.

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