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255-Foot Cliff-Jump

Travel

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

Fires on the Mountains: Brighton and Solitude, UT

Features

An update on expansion plans and environemental protests.

The Downhill Racer

Features

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

Features

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

British Baxter May Lose Olympic Bronze

Advice

Alain Baxter, the first Briton to win an Olympic skiing medal, failed a drug test at the Salt Lake City Games and risks being stripped of his bronze medal in the slalom.

NSAA final figures: 54.4 million lift tix sold

News

Sept. 5: 2001-02 season was third best in history.

Evolution Skis USA Name Two New Team Members

Gear

Evolution, the official 2002 Winter Olympic ski company, recently named Heather Paul and Sean Smith to their ski team.

Women's GS at Park City: Make That 4 for Janica

Advice

Janica Kostelic won her record fourth Alpine medal of the Salt Lake City Games in Friday's giant slalom, joining Jean-Claude Killy and Toni Sailer as the only skiers to win three golds at one Olympics.

Olympic Volunteers Trained

News

A test for an Olympic volunteer: You're working the downhill ski run, swaddled against the cold, when some wiseguy asks about the Olympic bribery scandal.

What to say?

Eberharter Wins Swiss Giant Slalom

News

Stephan Eberharter of Austria won a World Cup giant slalom Sunday, showing he will pose threats in several events at the Olympics.

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