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Luxury: Skis of the Stars


The Boom in boutique gear is good news for skiers who have everything-and still want more

Atomic Bindings 1999


Atomic, formerly known as ESS, is the binding of choice for Hermann "Herminator" Maier and other World Cup stars.

Aspen, Colo.: Rank 3 West, 1998


If Aspen were a singer, it would be Frank Sinatra: aloof, arrogant, pompous¿and every damn inch an entertainer.

Showdown in Norway


Miller stands just 93 points behind Eberharter with four races to go.

Schoenfelder Wins Park City Slalom, Knight Takes Seventh


Austrian Rainer Schoenfelder tore through the first run Sunday and held off Frenchman Pierrick Bourgeat to win the first slalom of the World Cup season. Chip Knight registered the best result of his career, finishing seventh.

Kostelic Wins in Park City, Schleper Takes Sixth


Olympic slalom champion Janica Kostelic grabbed the first-run lead Saturday and powered her way through softening snow to her 14th World Cup victory. American Sarah Schleper finished sixth.

Heeb-Batliner Picks Up First Win of Career


Liechtenstein's Birgit Heeb-Batliner overtook Austrian first-run leader Alexandra Meissinitzer to earn the first World Cup win of her career Thursday.

Why We Ski: Ingemar Stenmark


It wasn't just the record 86 World Cup wins. Nor simply the cool, confident air, as if winning were the only natural course of events. It was the turns.

The Devil's Half-Dozen: Dave Murray Downhill Whistler, B.C.


It drops more than 3,300 vertical feet in just over a mile and a half. Dave Murray Downhill is the second longest downhill in the world and will be the site for the 2010 Olympic course.

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