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Mont Gabriel aerials: Amazing Cooper wins 17th

By Pete Rugh

Australian Jacqui Cooper, perhaps the most successful skiing aerialist of a generation, won her third aerials event since crushing vertebrae in 2001 and pushed her World Cup win total to 17, matching fellow Aussie Kirstie Marshall and Canadian Marie-Claude Asselin for the women’s aerials win record.

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Mont Gabriel moguls: Bahrke wins, four U.S. in top 10

By Pete Rugh

All in all, we'll take it. Conditions for the World Cup moguls opener at Mont Gabriel, Quebec, were not ideal, in fact far from it: it was raining, for starters. But U.S. veteran Shannon Bahrke came through with her sixth career World Cup win and a young men's squad got some promise for the future […]

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World Cup moguls season set to begin … finally

By Pete Rugh

MONT GABRIEL, Quebec — Defending moguls world champion Hannah Kearney and her U.S. teammates will finally open their World Cup season this weekend at Mont Gabriel Ski Area, west of Montreal.

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U.S. Selections: Aerials stars steal the show

By Pete Rugh

PARK CITY, Utah — The U.S. Freestyle Selections picked up some added spice with a handful of World Cup aerialists competing with the aspiring World Cup skiers, showing them what level they would need to reach to succeed on their sport's toughest circuit.

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Torito, Haga tops in moguls Selections event

By Pete Rugh

Emiko Torito and local favorite Holt Haga won the opening moguls events Sunday as the U.S. Freestyle Selections events got under way in a snowstorm at Park City Mountain Resort.

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La Plagne WC moguls event canceled

By Pete Rugh

International Ski Federation officials canceled the World Cup dual moguls event scheduled for Dec. 20 in La Plagne, France, on Wednesday, citing mild temperatures and a lack of snowmaking capability. Officials will work to reschedule the event for later in the season.

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China WC aerials: Nina Li, Canadian Omischl win

By Pete Rugh

Current aerials world champion Steve Omischl of Canada took the lead on his first jump Sunday and won the second World Cup meet of the season. U.S. jumpers Ryan St. Onge and Jeret Peterson failed to make finals.

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China WC aerials: St. Onge wins season opener

By Pete Rugh

American Olympian Ryan St. Onge won the opening aerials meet of the World Cup season Saturday as the freestyle schedule finally got under way in China. Former World Cup champion Jeret "Speedy" Peterson finished sixth.     St. Onge, who has won two World Cup contests in each of the last two seasons, took the first-round […]

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World Cup moguls opener in France canceled

By Pete Rugh

Unseasonably warm weather throughout Europe continues to wreak havoc with the snowsports schedule, and three more scheduled events were cancelled by the FIS on Thursday, including the World Cup freestyle moguls opener in Tignes, France, scheduled for Dec. 14.

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Peterson, St. Onge primed for freestyle opener

By Pete Rugh

Former World Cup champion Jeret “Speedy” Peterson and Ryan St. Onge will compete in the opening World Cup aerials meets of the season Dec. 9-10 in China.

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