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Olympians to Host NASTAR National Championships

News

Olympic Gold Medalists Phil Mahre and Tommy Moe headline a cast of Olympians who will host 900 skiers at the 2002 NASTAR National Championships this weekend at Park City Mountain Resort in Park City, Utah.

Timberline Opens for 1999-2000 Season

News

Timberline stakes claim as the first ski area in the U.S. to open for the 1999-2000 season, with the best early-season conditions in years.

Tremblant 24-hour event slated for Dec. 13-15

News

Oct. 23: Villeneuve's ski marathon supports juvenile diabetes research.

In the Land of the JungFrau: Mountain Tour

Features

Wengen and Mürren in the Swiss Jungfrau region offers good off-piste skiing, helicopter glacier skiing, a terrain park, excellent cross-country, and more. Après-ski choices and other activities also abound in this scenic land.

The Frostbite Face-Off

Fitness

Staying warm on the slopes isn't just a matter of comfort. Learn how to keep Jack Frost from nipping at your nose¿and your safety.

My Aching Back

Fitness

The back is one of the most active muscles used in skiing, and it's also a common spot for injury. Here's how to keep pain from sneaking up from behind.

Zen And The Art Of Working Out

Fitness

Skiers-baby boomers in particular-are dropping their weights and picking up alternative fitness routines that are gentler on the body and soul.

Not Just PMS

Fitness

Women are four times more likely than men to hear that dreaded pop and have their ski seasons ruined with a knee injury.

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