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255-Foot Cliff-Jump


Here's a world record we won't be breaking anytime soon.

Fires on the Mountains: Brighton and Solitude, UT


An update on expansion plans and environemental protests.

The Downhill Racer


Art imitates life nicely in the best ski movie ever. And I'm still waiting for my chance to discuss it in person with the actor.

Utah's Other Canyon: Almanac


Find out where to go, how to get there, what to do, and more before you visit Solitude and Brighton, UT.

Women's SL at Deer Valley: Kostelic Grabs Second Gold


Janica Kostelic won the women's slalom Wednesday through a heavy snowfall, picking up her second gold and third overall medal of the Salt Lake City Games.

Drug-Testing Lab Gears Up for Games


A drug-testing laboratory will be using millions of dollars' worth of scientific equipment to ensure that athletes in the 2002 Winter Olympics aren't using banned substances.

Lodwick Seeks First-Ever U.S. Medal in Nordic Combined


Todd Lodwick hopes to make history at the 2002 Winter Olympics by winning America's first-ever medal in Nordic combined. With two World Cup wins this December, Lodwick is clearly America's best hope.

Olympic Committees Sue Cybersquatters


The Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the 2002 winter games joined with the International Olympic Committee and the U.S. Olympic Committee in suing cybersquatters registering Olympic related domain names.

Strobl Leads Austrian Skiing Sweep, Fleischer Takes Tenth


Fritz beat Josef in a battle of the Strobls as Austrian skiers swept the first four spots Saturday in a World Cup downhill race.

Tornado Takes Out Outdoor Retailer Show


The severe tornado that struck Salt Lake today cut a path directly through the Outdoor Retailer trade show pavilions.

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