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stu campbell

Perfect Turns On Any Terrain: Top 100 Instructors-The Panel


SKI's Top 100 Instructors were selected from among hundreds of nominees by the following judges.

North America's Top 100 Instructors


Whether you're a beginner or an expert, a lesson with one of North America's best teachers will shape up your turns.

Your Call

From the Top

Last spring, I had a skiing epiphany. It was the final day of the 2002 Nastar National Championships in Park City, Utah, and race organizers had set a full-on GS that began on a steep, icy slope.

Whole-Body Skiing

Turning Points

Whether you're bashing gates at 70 mph or cruising corduroy, your entire body and mind need to be in the game. Here's a from-the-edges-up guide.

2003 Number 14 Resort in North America: Sun Valley, Idaho


Sun Valley's owner, Earl Holding, might be forgiven for not financing a lot of new projects last year. He did, after all, funnel some $70 million into his other mountain, Snowbasin, Utah, the 2002 Winter Olympic downhill and super G venue. This suits many Sun Valley loyalists fine.

Lead With The Head

Turning Points

Take one pair short skis, add speed and an open, two-footed stance, stir in upper-body discipline, and you have a recipe for quick, super-fast turns.

Ski Your Snowboard


Cross-training isn't just for summertime activities: Applying proper technique on a snowboard can enlighten and enhance your ski skills.

Out With the Old, In With the New: Part II


Modern skiers know how to use their equipment, the snow and the terrain to their benefit-and you can too.

Arc With Both Skis

Turning Points

Longing to make clean, quick, world-class turns? Dust off your geometry book, and study parallel lines and arcs. Understanding both is key for solid skiing.

Drive With The Hands

Turning Points

The technique described on page 66 by my U.S. Ski Team teammate is great for short turns, but remove a few gates, add some rollers, and the rules change.

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