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Almanac: Lake Placid


All you need to know about Lake Placid, New York.

Summer Resorts 2000: SKI's Guide to the Top 30


Just because the snow has melted doesn't mean that your favorite resort isn't thriving. Use this package of 30 resort reviews to pick the destination that's best for you.

Summer Resorts 2000-Northeast, Whiteface Mountain, N.Y.


State-owned Whiteface adopted a new slogan last season: "Oh my." It aptly sums up the lump-in-the-throat feeling visitors get upon first gazing down the Olympic downhill course.

Olympian Rosener Retires


Downhill racer Jason Rosener (Breckenridge, CO), a 1998 Olympian and former two-time junior national champion, has decided to retire from World Cup racing.

Inaugural Winter Goodwill Games Hit Lake Placid


The inaugural Winter Goodwill Games hit Lake Placid, NY pitting some of the world's best athletes in an Olympic-style competition.

Mayer Wins Moguls at Lake Placid


Olympic silver medalist Travis Mayer won the first World Cup moguls contest of his career Saturday, and defending World Cup champion Jennifer Heil won the women's event.

Vail/Buck Hill's Kildow Wins Second Gold in 24 Hours


Teenager Lindsey Kildow (Vail, CO) collected her second U.S. championship in 24 hours Sunday, as the newly crowned super G champion also won the slalom at Alyeska Resort.

Lahtela, Heil Win WC Moguls Events


World Cup leaders Janne Lahtela of Finland and Jennifer Heil of Canada won moguls contests Saturday at Whiteface Mountain.

Mancuso Completes Golden "Hat Trick" With GS Title Win


On the final day, talented teen Julia Mancuso survived a near-spill at the top of her final run and then came out of fifth place Tuesday to add the giant slalom gold medal to her victories

Turgeon Claims DH Gold, Mendes 6th At World


Feb. 9: Canadian Melanie Turgeon was top-3 in just about each interval, tearing-up the bottom half of the course to win the women's downhill at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. Jonna Mendes was sixth to lead the four U.S. women.

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