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2002 Number 20 Resort In North America: Squaw Valley, Calif.


Squaw Valley visitors have always praised its first-class slopes but secretly cursed its second-class base village. That's about to change.

Bahrke Wins, Bloom Takes Second in Moguls


Olympic medalist and World Cup leader Shannon Bahrke won her second moguls contest of the season. Defending World Cup champ Jeremy Bloom earned his first podium of the season, finishing second.

Roemer's Weekly Weather Report: March 31


NO APRIL FOOLS---Tons of snow coming across western Canada,northern Rockies, Pacific Northwest, Cascades and Sierras.

Bloom-Cabral Go 1-2


Defending World Cup champion Jeremy Bloom won his second his second contest of the season on Sunday.

Roemer's Weekly Weather Report: February 10


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.

USSA Names 2003 Freestyle World Championships Team


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.

Reno, NV


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.

Bloom Returns to Moguls, Takes Fourth


Defending moguls champ Jeremy Bloom returned impressively to World Cup skiing Thursday, finishing fourth while Tapio Luusua of Finland won and Travis Mayer finished second.

Dawson, Bahrke Win in Italy, Lead Moguls Points List


Olympic medalist Shannon Bahrke and Toby Dawson pulled off an American sweep of a World Cup moguls events Saturday night as seven U.S. skiers made the finals.

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