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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.
Whistler/Blackcomb will open the 1999-2000 season with big new snow and a grueling contest to decide who skis the mountain first.
The earliest winter storm in more than 20 years dumps over a foot of new snow at Killington Peak.
The women's U.S. technical and speed teams found good snow and outstanding training in Norway and Chile and are looking forward to the start of the competitive season.
Thanks to cold weather, ski areas in Pennsylvania have just started up their snowmaking systems, and opening days are soon to follow.
Resorts reporting two feet of snow and forecast calls for more on the way.
The U.S. men's alpine ski team is confident the Salt Lake City Olympics will not be a repeat of its dismal performance at the 1998 Nagano Games.
Lake Tahoe teenager Jonna Mendes was the first one on-course Friday and hung-up the best result of her young World Cup career
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