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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.
French skier Laure Pequegnot earned her first World Cup triumph Thursday, just three weeks after Cavagnoud, the team leader, died in a training accident.
Southern skiers trade machine corn for perfect powder, thanks to a slow-moving winter storm. And, more is on the way...
Aspen's Official Report: POWDER, POWDER, POWDER!
Colorado will be 100 percent open by Saturday, Dec. 13.
La Nina's back, but she's not the same little girl as last year, so the snow forecast looks to be a little different.
Lalive, who flopped in all three of her races at the Salt Lake City Games, won the U.S. women's title in the super giant slalom on Friday. The men's Super G, run in a heavy snowstorm, was won by Marco Sullivan.
Over the weekend, ski resorts in the Sierra Nevada Mountains got up to two feet of snow on top of several feet that fell last month, and more snow is in the forecast.
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