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K2 Merlin V


We skied the Merlin V in three lengths and found three different personalities. At 198 cm, the ski is a pure-bred race sled with an overdrive gear-the piezoelectric modules literally calm the ski down as it gains speed.

Out Front


Remember the Flexible Flyer of your youth? Meet the next generation.

Mendes Breaks Ankle During Slalom Run


Jonna Mendes, who won the giant slalom yesterday, was taken off the course in a toboggan Wednesday after breaking her right ankle during a second-run slalom crash at the U.S. Alpine nationals.

Adventure Sledding


Ever known someone you'd like to bring to a ski mountain, but you're not sure they would have a good time. Introduce them to the Gravity Sled and they're sure to come back for more!

Goetschl Wins Third Downhill


Renate Goetschl led an Austrian 1-2 finish Saturday in a women's World Cup downhill as she won her third since 1999 and her 22nd of her career.

Olympians Wary on Way to Salt Lake


Athletes from around the world say they're nervous about flying to the United States, and worried about possible terrorist actions once they get to Salt Lake City.

Antarctica Ski Expedition Underway


Two teachers, an American and a Norwegian, embarked on a journey to become the first women to ski across Antarctica without outside assistance.

Goetschl Takes Are DH, For the Third Time


Renate Goetschl led an Austrian 1-2 finish Saturday in a women's World Cup downhill. The only Americans to race took 23th and 28th.

Vonn Wins Tough Super Series SG


On Monday, Thomas Vonn, formerly of St. Lawrence University, NY, won the Super Series SG at Beaver Creek, CO on a course similar to the one on which the World Cup races were held.

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