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Double Olympic ski champion Andrea Mead Lawrence is the first West Coast regional finalist to be announced for the Texaco Star Award.
Vail's new skier bridge takes center stage on Friday, Nov. 19 when Vail Mountain opens for the 2004-2005 season.
Former NCAA ski champion Sally Knight Utter of Waitsfield, Vt., is the first East Coast regional finalist to be announced for the Texaco Star Award.
SkiTAM today announced the initial committed sponsors for its 2005 10th anniversary event to be held April 7-10 in Vail, Colorado.
Former Olympic medalist Jimmie Heuga of Vail is the Rocky Mountain regional finalist for the Texaco Star Award. Heuga's "can-do" approach to living with multiplesclerosis led to creation of the Jimmie Heuga Center.
Winter arrives a bit early again this year with the return of the 17th annual National Ski & Snowboard Expo to the Washington, D.C. area, Nov. 12-14, 2004.
Great packages to ring in the New Year on the ski slopes in the Midwest.
Paralympic champion Jeff Pagels is the first Midwestern finalist for the Texaco Star Award. The award honors the continual contributions of former U.S. ski and snowboard team alumni.
Thanks to an overnight storm that hit the San Juan Mountains, Telluride is officially wearing its winter whites.
A series of three winter storms over the past 72 hours have blessed the slopes of Killington Resort with 18 inches of new snow.
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