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Features Lake Placid, N.Y. (March 20, 2003) AP -- Nyman shocked the men's field Wednesday in the U.S. Alpine Championships, winning the downhill at Whiteface Mountain just ahead of two ...

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Features LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) _ The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association is moving its Alpine National Championships to Whiteface Mountain because of poor racing conditions in Alaska. ...

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Features Madarao, Japan (Feb. 23) USST - Defending World Cup champion Jeremy Bloom (Loveland, CO) has competed in only four World Cup events this winter (plus the World Championships), ...

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Features Park City, Utah (Jan. 28) AP - Double Olympic medalist Bode Miller and defending Super G champion Daron Rahlves were among 17 skiers picked Monday for the U.S. team for the ...

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Features VAIL, Colo. Nov. 14, 2002 (AP)--Olympic silver medalist Bode Miller will have surgery Friday on his left knee but is expected to race a week later in the World Cups in Utah. ...

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Features From the World Cup ski racers in November to the Spring Jam riders in April, Aspen regularly hosts some of the most devoted skiers and boarders on the globe. That's no ...

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Competition DEER VALLEY, Utah (Feb. 20) -- Croatian Janica Kostelic picked up her third medal of the Olympic Winter Games Wednesday as she took gold in the women's slalom at Deer ...

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Competition HANNAH HARDAWAY , 23 Moultonborough, New Hampshire Resume: In the 2001 season, Hardaway nailed four world cup podiums -- including two wins -- and finished third ...

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Features Published: February 2002 When Bill Marolt put his 10-medal goal on the chalkboard five years ago, he knew he had an ace in the hole: his freestylers. Consider last year's ...

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Gear For years, ski racing's technology hierarchy went like this: There was the race department; then there was everybody else. Racing engineers all over the world would develop exotic, ...

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Features Are, SWE- March 8, 2001(USSA)¿1. Maier - 1,518 2. Eberharter, 875 3. Lasse Kjus, Norway, 803 4. Benjamin Raich, Austria, 705 5. Heinz Schilchegger, Austria, 70 - ...

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Features Are, SWE ¿ March 8, 2001(USSA)--1. Janica Kostelic, Croatia - 1,196 points 2. Renate Goetschl, Austria - 1,157 3. Regine Cavagnoud, France - 1,027 4. Michaela ...

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Features Snowbasin, Utah Feb. 23, 2001 (USSA)--An overnight storm dropped enough snow to force the cancellation of a FIS World Cup downhill race Friday on the Grizzly course at ...

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Features City Population 174,348 Skiable Acreage Within 40 Miles 18,400 Big Areas Within 80 Miles Alta 29-mile drive; 2,200 skiable acres; 2,020-foot vertical ...

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Features For only the third time in 60 years, the World Alpine Ski Championships will return to the United States and, more specifically, to Colorado's Vail Valley from Jan. 30 to Feb. ...