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Chapman, Weldon claim Giant Slalom wins

...Lizzi" Chapman posted a 2 minute and 8.07 seconds combined two-run Giant Slalom to take Saturday's U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association Stanley Classic Race Series GS event at Eaglecrest.Chapman posted the ladies two fastest times of the...
Injured Lindsey Vonn skipping Sochi Olympics

Lindsey Vonn will miss the Sochi Olympics because of a right knee injury, leaving the Winter Games without one of its biggest stars. The 29-year-old skier from Vail, Colo.
Weather does not dampen state qualifying ski races

...Evanger.Overall Kombi - 1 Shane Kelly, 2 Joe Greenough, 3 Will Ingrim, 4 Taylor Mapes, 5 Kit Cummins.U.S. SKI AND SNOWBOARD ASSOCIATION NAPA AUTO PARTS RACE SERIES:SUNDAY KOMBI MENPLACE/START/COMPETITOR/NAT/YR/(1stRUN/2ndRUN...
U.S. Alpine Championships return to Alaska

The U.S. Alpine Championships will return to Alaska's Alyeska Resort next year.
Anchorage Ski Club tops day 1 of state championships

Anchorage Ski Club's April Ingrim ran a two-run total of one minute and 44.72 seconds to take the Ladies Giant Slalom at the 2013 U.S. Ski And Snowboard Association U-14 Alaska State Championship on Saturday at Eaglecrest ski area.
Denton leads Juneau skiers at Western Region meet at Mammoth Mountain

Heidi Denton was the top Juneau skier in several U.S. Ski And Snowboard Association Western Region FIS Tech races this week at Mammoth Mountain, Calif. The race series started on Sunday and concludes with a women's giant slalom and a men's slalom race today.
Sarah Fischer fares well in Eastern Cup

Juneau's Sarah Fischer posted two top-20 finishes over the weekend in the Eastern Cup slalom races held Saturday and Sunday at Cannon Mountain, N.H.
Ten Alaskans drop in on the Winter Games

One Alaskan is competing in the Winter Olympics a record fourth time for a female U.S. cross-country skier, while another gave up a high-paying job as a securities trader to return to athletic competition. Another of Alaska's five cross-country skiers is only a year out of high school.
Alyeska loses U.S. Alpine Championships

ANCHORAGE - The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association has decided to relocate next month's Alpine Championships from Girdwood to the Lower 48, due to poor snow conditions in Alaska. The change, announced Tuesday, is one more in a long list of outdoor sporting events that have been canceled or significantly altered due to Alaska's unusually warm, snowless winter.


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