Alpine

Chevrolet Western J3s: Perkins, Caston win SG

By Pete Rugh

Jake Perkins and Rose Caston raced to victories over a challenging super G course at Mammoth Mountain on Friday to capture the first gold medals in the 2007 Chevrolet Western Region J3 Junior Olympics.

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Chevrolet J4 R/C JOs: Moyer sweeps boys GS races

By Pete Rugh

Aspen junior Bobby Moyer ran his win streak to three Friday at the Rocky/Central J4 Junior Olympics, topping a pair of one-run giant slalom races following a super G victory on Thursday at Winter Park, Colorado.  

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Aamodt, Graham win Legends DH races in Vail

By Pete Rugh

Norway’s Kjetil Andre Aamodt continued his rookie domination of the 2007 Countrywide American Ski Classic’s Legends events Thursday, while Canadian Laurie Graham extended her record number of Downhill victories to nine as the pair recorded wins in the Volvo Legends Downhill competition on Vail Mountain’s Golden Peak.

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Victor stays red-hot, wins disabled GS title

By Pete Rugh

Newly crowned World Cup overall champion Stephani Victor (sit-ski) didn't miss a beat Thursday, winning the U.S. giant slalom title as the 2007 Hartford U.S. Disabled Alpine Championships opened in New Hampshire. Also taking GS championships were Elitsa Storey (standing), Chris Devlin-Young (sit-ski) and George Sansonetis (standing).

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Chevrolet J4 R/C JOs: Moyer, Moltzan win super Gs

By Pete Rugh

Bobby Moyer and Paula Moltzan posted victories in the super G races on Thursday as the J4 Rocky/Central Junior Olympics got under way at Winter Park, Colorado.

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Aamodt, Koz win Legends GS at Vail ski classic

By Pete Rugh

The first time was the charm Wednesday evening for Norway’s Kjetil Andre Aamodt and America’s Kristina Koznick as the pair of rookie Legends competitors officially kicked off the 25th anniversary celebration of the Countrywide American Ski Classic with impressive wins in the Countrywide Legends Giant Slalom at Vail Mountain’s Golden Peak.

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Masters nationals: Nyquist tops GS on final day

By Pete Rugh

The hoopla is over, awards have been presented and exhausted racers have headed home from the Skier’s Edge U.S. Masters Nationals at Big Sky, Montana. The weather held out and the championships were enormously successful. The final day of competition saw men’s competition in Group A giant slalom and Group B and D slalom with […]

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New Hampshire hosts disabled alpine nationals

By Pete Rugh

When the 2007 Hartford U.S. Disabled Alpine Championships open Wednesday young ski racers from across the country will converge on the Granite State to fight for their shot at making the U.S. Disabled Alpine Ski Team.

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Clark says 13 years on U.S. Ski Team is enough

By Pete Rugh

Kirsten Clark, who went from junior national champion to three Olympics, a World Championships silver medal, a World Cup win and seven U.S. titles — including the only American to win four straight U.S. gold medals in downhill — announced her retirement Monday after 13 years on the U.S. Ski Team.      "Thirteen years is […]

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Chevy J3 R/C JOs: Kroneberger, Chevalier tops

By Pete Rugh

Tracie Kroneberger from Team Winter Park finished off the Rocky Central J3 Junior Olympics in dominating style taking the girls slalom by more than half a second over Nicole Larson of the Buck Hill Ski Team. Dylan Rogers posted the fastest times in both slalom runs to win the boys race.

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