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Two hundred years ago, John Colter set out alone, rifle in hand, to explore the uncharted territory of Wyoming and Montana. Colter stumbled upon the southern Teton Range and set up home in Jackson Hole, and the legend began.
Jan. 19: Canadian Ryan Blais won the first World Cup of his career while Jeret Peterson, the top U.S. aerialist, in sixth place.
Three-time Olympian Daron Rahlves was nominated by his U.S. Ski Team and U.S. Snowboarding teammates to serve as the Olympic flag bearer to kick off the XX Olympic Winter Games in Torino.
Defending World Cup dual moguls champion Michelle Roark injured her right knee Friday Jan. 7, during training, sidelining her for the weekend competition at Deer Valley.
Even if your qualifying times weren't good enough to get you a bunk in the athletes' village, it's not too late to book a trip to the Olympics.
Olympic silver medalist Shannon Bahrke successfully defended her women's dual moguls national title Friday, while Toby Dawson unseated 2001 men's champion Garth Hager.
After a six-to-twelve inch mini-dump in the California mountains, three resorts opened to skiers on Thursday.
The Canadian Ski Museum picked three inductees to the Hall of Fame for 1999. Jean-Guy Brunet, Alain Laroche, and Ron Richards get the honors.
The initial online auction for tickets to the 2002 Winter Olympics raised $113,702 encouraging the Salt Lake Organizing Committee to continue to sell prime tickets on-line.
The Salt Lake City, UT 2002 Winter Olympics are rapidly approcahing! Have you bought your tickets yet?
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