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Andreas and Hanni Wenzel

Still Driven

Former World Cup superstars and siblings Andreas and Hanni Wenzel have found post-racing success in the business world. By Edith Thys Morgan Weg vom Computer raus in den Schnee.” That motto, which...

Ski Racing on TV - A History

More skiing is on TV than ever before, so why do most people think there’s less? Look to history for the answer. By John Fry (September 2008 issue of Skiing Heritage) While television viewing and the...

The 2011 Women’s World Cup Final: Justice Thwarted?

By John Fry The overall World Cup championship was to have been determined by a single giant slalom race, to be held on Saturday, March 19th, 2011 in the 4,921-foot high Swiss ski resort of...

Historic Year for Ski Jumping

2011 an historic year for ski jumping. By Seth Masia Ski Flying Record On Feb. 11, 2011 Johan Remen Evensen took advantage of the newly-enlarged Vikersund 225-meter ski-flying hill in Norway, to...

Stamp honors 150 years of Australian skiing

in 2011 the Australian post office issued three skiing and snowboarding stamps honoring the 150th anniversary of skiing in the Snowy Mountains. The 1859 Australian gold rush drew thousands of miners...

Breckenridge, Colorado ski resort

BY JANICE KURBJUN Trygve Berg recalls SUMMIT DAILY NEWS, Skiing pioneer Trygve Berge noticed quite a few changes. As he skied the fresh corduroy he’s come to enjoy, he pointed out that the soft,...

Sun Peaks, British Columbia

The 2011-12 ski season marked a half century for Sun Peaks Resort (formerly Tod Mountain), offering some of British Columbia’s most challenging inbounds skiing. The 3,678-acre ski area is 30 miles...

Didier Cuche: Farewell run in historic style

Didier Cuche, 37, who retired in 2012 after 17 years on the World Cup circuit, made a farewell run in 1930s-era gear, including leather boots and wooden skis with pre-Kandahar bindings. View: ...

ISHA Awards: Best snowsport history books and films of 2011

Bob Cram: Lifetime Achievement Award for Illustrated Ski Humor Bob Cram’s genius in portraying the comical side of the American ski experience started when, at age 8, he was smitten by an...

How Giant Slalom was Invented

Giant slalom was invented in Italy in 1935 —  the result of an accident of weather, according to a recent article in the magazineSciare.  It happened when a downhill race, scheduled to take place on...

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