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March 1, 2010
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After an aborted attempt to run the Freeride World Tour big-mountain competition on Squaw Valley's Tram Face on Sunday, blue skies and untouched snow mean the competitors are heading to Silverado today. Judge Tom Winter predicts we'll see the future of the sport emerge: park tricks mixed with big-mountain terrain from skiers like Candide Thovex.
March 1, 2010
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After two weeks of heated competition, foggy weather, and some surprising victories, the Vancouver Winter Olympics are officially over. Here's a gallery of images to wrap up the Games, showcasing everything from powder skiing at Whistler to Julia Mancuso in action to behind-the-scenes with Bode Miller.
February 28, 2010
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As of this morning, the plan for the Squaw Valley stop of the Freeride World Tour was to let competitors tackle the infamous Tram Face. But then poor snow conditions led to a change of plans and today's run was can canceled. Instead, the event will move to Silverado tomorrow. Judge Tom Winter gives us the details.
February 28, 2010
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Freeride World Tour Judge Tom Winter checks in from Squaw Valley, where it's currently dumping. The competition is slated to occur on Sunday with the number one ranked male skier, Candid Thovex, skiing first.
February 25, 2010
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College kids are always finding ways to not actually study. Here’s the latest way they’re procrastinating: The Campus Rail Jam, a touring competition that scores freeskiers on urban jibs located on college campuses. The tour is hitting the road for their 2010 West Coast competition. Next stop: University of Colorado.
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February 25, 2010
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It was an unlucky day for America's two top female ski racers: Lindsey Vonn crashed into the fence during the GS race and obstructed the run of her teammate Julia Mancuso, who was granted a rerun but finished a disappointing 1.30 seconds behind the current leader. The second run of the race takes place Thursday.
February 23, 2010
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Introducing a ski competition that doesn’t involve gold medals, spandex, body armor, or sixty 60-foot cliff drops—it’s a comp for the rest of us and requires only punctuality.
February 22, 2010
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This weekend, Griffin Post and Claudia Bouvier nabbed first for the men and women, respectively, at the Freeskiing World Tour stop in Crested Butte, Colorado. We have photos from the powder-day big-mountain competition,
February 22, 2010
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Or, how I tried to get captured by secret army watch posts in the Whistler backcountry.
February 22, 2010
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With a gold medal from Sunday's super combined at the Winter Olympics in Whistler, Bode Miller is smashing the record for the most medals earned by an American ski racer. We sat down with Bode's dad to talk about how Bode got into skiing, his biggest weaknesses, and why he didn't show up to the event celebrating his medal.
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