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The Devil's Half-Dozen: Corbet's Couloir Jackson Hole, Wyo.

Features

Is Corbet's hard? No. It's the climb back up to retrieve your gear that's hard.

Clark Sixth, Leads Four into Top 20 at Val d'Isere SG

Features

Unmoved by any potential Friday the 13th influences, Kirsten Clark finished sixth Friday, leading four U.S. women into the top 20 of a World Cup super G won by Olympic downhill champion Carole Montillet.

Miller Wins Third World Cup

Competition

American Bode Miller takes Swiss slalom race by nearly two seconds.

Erik Schlopy Wins Men's Slalom

Features

Erik Schlopy was the first skier on a snowy slalom course. That meant everybody else was racing for second place. Schlopy won the men's slalom Wednesday at U.S. Alpine nationals, beating runner-up Casey Puckett by more than one second.

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.

Skiing in Flat Light

Instruction

One of the toughest conditions to ski has nothing to do with bad snow but with the lack of light. When light is "flat," the slope looks like a white, empty canvas, and it's impossible to read the snow surface clearly.

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.

Schilchegger Wins First World Cup

Advice

Austrians dominated the slalom World Cup races on Sunday at Park City Mountain Resort, UT, while U.S. skiers and others lagged behind.

Nef Wins, Schleper and Koz Close Behind

Advice

Sonja Nef won the Maribor World Cup GS on Jan. 6 at Maribor, Slovenia, but the US women, led by Sarah Schleper followed closely behind.

Austrian Earns First World Cup Win

Advice

Rainer Schoenfelder stepped out the shadows on Sunday to win his first Wolrd Cup slalom race and to make his first top-three finish for the Austrian ski team.

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