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March 12, 2010
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The European X Games finished up today in Tignes, France, with the women's ski slopestyle and halfpipe and the men's ski slopestyle. North American athletes represented on the podium with Canadian and U.S. skiers winning all three of today's events. Here are photos from the day.
March 10, 2010
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Europe's first-ever Winter X Games started today in Tignes, France. Skiing magazine is at the event to bring you the latest details. In today's men's superpipe finals, France's own Kevin Rolland takes the gold.
February 4, 2010
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Using a VHoldR helmet camera, Squaw Valley athletes Tim Dutton, JT Holmes, and Jackie Paaso ski the steeps in Chamonix. Here's a point-of-view perspective.
February 3, 2010
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The last column in writer Tim Neville's six-part series on living as an American in Switzerland. In this column, he returns home for a trip to Bend, Oregon, and nearly doesn't leave.
January 27, 2010
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There's a good chance of bodily harm at La Grave, France’s Derby de la Meije.
January 20, 2010
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The first missive from Freeride World Tour judge Tom Winter as the world's top skiers prepare to throw down at Russia's Krasnaya Polyana.
January 15, 2010
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I thought I knew about going fast on ice. I’ve skied the east, after all. But when Audi invited me to go to Austria to drive their cars on ice, I realized I had a lot to learn. Here are some driving tips I picked up while spinning donuts on Austrian ice. —Niall Bouzon
December 17, 2009
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Falling in with a tribe of expats who went a little too local. Tim Neville, an Oregon expat who moved to Switzerland to live the dream, is writing a six-part column for us. This is his fifth story in the series.
December 15, 2009
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We sent Tom Winter to Austria to see if he could become an Austrian, or at least grind skis in some factories or fit boots in some shops. Turns out, all he did was ski powder. Here are shots of his trip.
December 11, 2009
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Most of Austria’s huge ski industry clings to its heritage—ski racing. But one small company is betting that’s all wrong. An American tries to get a job in the Kästle ski factory to find out what it takes to be Austrian.
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