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January 25, 2010
The freeskiers who invented it don’t have to like it, but skiercross— make that ‘ski cross’—is now an official, FIS-controlled Olympic event, and former World Cup racers like Daron Rahlves are among the favorites. Burning questions remain, like how baggy should your clothes be, what exactly are the rules, and who’ll win the first gold medal.
January 25, 2010
The freeskiers who invented it don’t have to like it, but skiercross— make that ‘ski cross’—is now an official, FIS-controlled Olympic event, and former World Cup racers like Daron Rahlves are among the favorites. Burning questions remain, like how baggy should your clothes be, what exactly are the rules, and who’ll win the first gold medal.
January 25, 2010
The freeskiers who invented it don’t have to like it, but skiercross— make that ‘ski cross’—is now an official, FIS-controlled Olympic event, and former World Cup racers like Daron Rahlves are among the favorites. Burning questions remain, like how baggy should your clothes be, what exactly are the rules, and who’ll win the first gold medal.
January 25, 2010
The freeskiers who invented it don’t have to like it, but skiercross—make that ‘ski cross’—is now an official, FIS-controlled Olympic event, and former World Cup racers like Daron Rahlves are among the favorites. Burning questions remain, like how baggy should your clothes be, what exactly are the rules, and who’ll win the first gold medal.
January 25, 2010
When the Olympics begin on February 12th, the snow on Cypress Mountain—site of several of the ski and snowboard competitions—won't come from the sky...
January 14, 2010
Former alpine speed skier Casey Puckett has competed in four Olympic Games but has failed to bring home a medal. Despite recent injuries, the 36-year-old father of two hopes to make his fifth Olympic appearance, this time in the Winter Games newest—and possibly most dangerous—snow sport: ski cross. See how he's preparing for his last shot at Olympic glory in this new documentary film.
January 13, 2010
While sitting out recent races due to an ankle sprain, Bode Miller had time for a quick Q&A with a USSA publicist. No hard questions, as you might expect. But it turns out the hypercompetitive World Champ is a big beach volleyball buff. And how did he sprain that ankle? You guessed it. Volleyball, says Reuters. Here’s wishing him a speedy recovery in time for the Olympics.
January 8, 2010
50 years ago, Whistler was founded on the outlandish claim that someday it would host the Winter Games. The resort finally delivers its destiny—and a whole lot more.
January 8, 2010
50 years ago, Whistler was founded on the outlandish claim that someday it would host the Winter Games. The resort finally delivers its destiny—and a whole lot more.
January 8, 2010
The freeskiers who invented it don’t have to like it, but skiercross—make that ‘ski cross’—is now an official, FIS-controlled Olympic event, and former World Cup racers like Daron Rahlves are among the favorites. Burning questions remain, like how baggy should your clothes be, what exactly are the rules, and who’ll win the first gold medal.