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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.

Top Skier Maier Undergoes Surgery


Olympic and World Cup champion skier Hermann Maier was in stable condition Saturday after seven hours of surgery for injuries from a career-threatening motorcycle accident.

What a Great Backside


Underwear manufacturer Silk Trails continues to make boxers with ski area map designs and will produce official 2002 Winter Games boxers and scarves.

Goetschl Wins Cortina Downhill


Austria's Renate Goetschl recorded her first downhill victory of the season Saturday in what might have been Picabo Street's last World Cup race.

New Batch of Olympic Tickets Goes on Sale


Every time Olympic organizers seem to run out of top tickets, they come up with more. More prime tickets went up for sale Monday for the 2002 Winter Games, with fans who already hold some getting first crack at more.

Eberharter: A Contender for Triple Gold


By winning the men's final World Cup giant slalom before the Olympics, Austrian Stephan Eberharter established himself as a potential triple gold medalist in Salt Lake City.

Olympic Medalists Speak for Kids


1998 Olympic gold medalist Eric Bergoust showed off his gold medal and shared the spotlight with two new champions to kick off a new musical education program for children.

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