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U.S. Freestyle Team: To Air is Human

Competition

A freestyle sweep? With a deep, experienced women's squad and the strongest men's team ever, anything is possible.

Go USA!

Features

Inspired by patriotism, SKI Magazine dares to dream of what the U.S. Ski Team could achieve in the 2002 Salt Lake Olympics. The heck with Ski Team chief Bill Marolt's bold 10-medal pledge. Here's how the U.S. could reel in 15 medals.

Fit Bits: February 2002

Fitness

Who gets the gold at the 2002 Winter Olympics may not rest on U.S. Ski Team athletes' answers to the question: "Did you eat your Wheaties today?"

Do Not Go Gentle

Features

Enthusiasts and promoters occasionally make the claim-inaccurately, I'm sorry to say-that skiing is a lifetime sport. If it were, a million more older people might be on the slopes.

Contributors: October 2001

From the Top

SKI Magazine contributors for October 2001.

Maier Improving After Accident

Competition

Hermann Maier's health is improving after a serious motorcycle accident and Austrian officials expressed hope he might be able to compete at the Olympics.

Contributors: September 2001

From the Top

Profiles of SKI Magazine contributors.

How to Wax Your Skis

A World Cup waxmaster helps you keep your boards clean and mean.

Snow may appear soft and pristine, but you wouldn’t know it by studying the bottoms of your skis after a day on the slopes. Take a good look: Jagged snow crystals have made thousands of tiny scratches—each one filled to the rim with grit. And grit slows you down.

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