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Heavy snowfalls and high winds forced the organizers of the world championships to call off this weekend's showcase downhill races.
Extreme shifts in weather conditions forced radical changes at the World Championships. Too much snow, followed by spring-like temperatures, wreaked havoc on the championship schedule.
What doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Such sage advice is little comfort to skiers who are sidelined by injury.
Daron Rahlves injured his right knee during downhill training, jeopardizing his chances of skiing in Sunday's World Cup race.
Thanks to five feet of powder since last Wednesday, Jackson Hole ski resort has topped the 200-inch mark for snowfall in January. And, lots more snow is on the way...
Loveland Ski Area commenced snowmaking operations on September 23, 2004.
Slovenian ski instructor Davo Karnicar experienced a double high: first summiting the highest mountain in the world and then becoming the first person to ski nonstop to its base.
American Julia Mancuso seems to be peaking in time for the Olympics, finishing second to Renate Goetschl in a women's World Cup DH on Saturday.
A New England snowstorm has dumped up to a foot of new snow in parts of Vermont, New York, and New Hampshire and is expected to spread more of the white stuff over the long weekend.
Colorado High Country wakes to early blanket of snow.
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