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Magazine articles on skiing and snowboarding.
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November 2001
Andrew Tilin
Powder to the People Hybrid skate-snowboards, hydraulic-shock bindings, and 21 other reasons to love the cool economy... mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
August 28, 2001
Tim Layden
Will he be back? Here's hoping the Herminator can return to the slopes... mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
April 11, 2001
E.M. Swift
Setting the record straight Skier Bill Johnson reigned at more than just Sarajevo... mark for My Articles 220 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
February 13, 2001
Brian Cazeneuve
Coming at You With a win in Austria, Daron Rahlves gives the U.S. hope on the slopes... mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Fast Company
March 2001
Todd Shapera
Cold Warrior Jerry Balint is one of about four dozen patrollers whose mission it is to tame the snowpack on Jackson Hole's notoriously extreme terrain. The patrol stabilizes the mountain by blowing it up -- blasting out windblown drifts and slabs that load up overnight... mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
February 11, 2001
Brian Cazeneuve
The good and the bad The Alpine World Ski Championships have been put to rest. The same can't be said for the natives in St. Anton who are singing in several established languages and a few random syllables outside our window. Here is a review of some highlights and lowlights from the championships... mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
February 6, 2001
Brian Cazeneuve
Austrian women rule downhill The Alpine Ski World Championships continued on Tuesday after three days of either full or partial postponements. The Austrians fought back from their gold-medal drought in a big way, sweeping the medals in the women's downhill... mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
February 2, 2001
Exploring a skier's paradise St. Anton, Austria -- Greetings from Ski Heaven. This hamlet, where the Alpine Ski World Championships are being held, is a working home to 320 ski instructors and has an hourly ski-lift usage on peak days of over 100,000... mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
High on Adventure
February 2001
Grand Grand Targhee -- Wyoming's Powder Heaven We temporarily died, transcending to cat-skiing heaven. A full resurrection would find us in two feet of fresh powder, blue skies and a descending flotilla of rime ice two days later. It was definitely a religious experience... mark for My Articles 134 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
January 30, 2001
Brian Cazeneuve
U.S. skiers thrive in big events What is it about the U.S. ski team and major international competitions? Daron Rahlves' stunning victory on Tuesday in the Super G, the first men's race at the Alpine World Ski Championships, extends a long tradition of excellence by U.S. racers at major events... mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
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