COMPLETE COVERAGE: BEAVER CREEK MEN’S WORLD CUPThe second speed events of the 2005-06 season will be held this week at Beaver Creek, Colorado, with men’s super G on Thursday, downhill on Friday, GS on Saturday and slalom on Sunday. Check here all week for links to on-site reporting and photography from Ski Racing magazine.
Dec. 4: Rocca wins, USA’s Ligety career-best third in slalom
Dec. 4: Putting Dec. 2-3, 2005, in U.S. ski racing history
Dec. 3: Miller, Rahlves go 1-2 in giant slalom; Schlopy fourth
Dec. 3: Schlopy hangs on, finishes fourth in Birds of Prey GS
Dec. 2: Rahlves, Miller pack 1-2 American punch at Birds of Prey downhill
Dec. 1: Record number of journalists descend on Birds of Prey
Dec. 1: Rahlves solid, Nyman moves way up, while Miller’s struggles continue for U.S.
Dec. 1: Super G: Austrian Reichelt fends off Canadian Guay for first career win
Dec. 1: Q&A with Bernhard Russi, Birds of Prey course designer
Dec. 1: Racers lash out at the FIS for allowing a race in difficult weather
Dec. 1: Ted Ligety wins quasi-World Cup, signs Park City deal
Nov. 30: Birds of Prey kicks off – weather permitting – with Thursday super G
Nov. 30: Beaver Creek men’s DH training canceled due to wind, snow
Nov. 30: Birds of Prey downhill course map
Nov. 29: First training run: Austrian Gruber leads pack
Nov. 28: With plenty of new snow, Beaver Creek amped to host men’s World Cup
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