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Bitter cold and more snow is in the cards for the eastern U.S., while a strong southern California storm will end the drought that has settled across the Sierras and Utah.
You may know her as the Duchess of York, but if you happened to ski Squaw Valley, Calif., in the late '70s, Sarah Ferguson may have been your instructor.
Miller and Rahlves were among 17 skiers picked Monday for the U.S. team for the alpine World Championships.
And so is the Austrian team, which suffered a rare shutout on the Hahnenkamm downhill podium two days earlier.
An international airport and nine ski resorts within a 45-mile drive make 'The Biggest Little City in the World' one of the nation's most livable ski towns.
World Cup points leader and double Olympic medalist Bode Miller and defending super G champion Daron Rahlves and Kirsten Clark are among 17 athletes named Monday to the upcoming alpine World Championships in Switzerland.
Nineteen athletes, led by seven 2002 Olympians, were named Monday to represent the U.S. Ski Team at the 2003 FIS Freestyle World Championships at Deer Valley.
More snow is coming to New England where skiing is outstanding. Utah and Colorado may get 5-12" by later in the week while conditions improve in much of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
In an "attack from the back" super G, Bode Miller tied for sixth Friday, leading three Americans into the top 20 behind Didier Defago of Switzerland.
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