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State tries to dismiss lawsuit in ski resort visa fraud case

October 11, 2017  |   News

HYDE PARK, Vt. — Vermont officials say the state shouldn’t be liable for losses in a fraud case that cost a ski resort’s foreign investors millions of dollars and potentially the opportunity to live in the United States. The Burlington Free Press reports the state attorney general’s office filed a ...
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Vonn’s quest to race against the men on hold for the moment

October 3, 2017  |   News

ZURICH — Lindsey Vonn’s quest to race against the men in a World Cup event remains on hold for the moment. U.S. Ski and Snowboard presented its proposal to the International Ski Federation’s Alpine executive board Tuesday, with the topic being tabled until the spring. Vonn, the all-time winningest female ...
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Canadian slopestyle star Turski opts to retire after injury-filled career

October 3, 2017  |   News

MONTREAL — Freestyle skier Kaya Turski, unable to get back to top form after a stellar but an injury-marred career, has decided to retire. Turski had been hampered by an injury at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia and hoped to make up for it at the 2018 Games in ...
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MAGNETIC Official Trailer [4K] – A Whistler Blackcomb film

September 5, 2017  |   News

There is an indisputable draw, an irresistible allure, a pull so strong that skiers and snowboarders the world over gravitate to these famed peaks. This is Magnetic – the first-ever, full-length, ski and snowboard movie filmed entirely within a single ski area – brought to you by Whistler Blackcomb. Presented ...
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Cassie Sharpe takes top spot on New Zealand podium

September 5, 2017  |   News

Canada’s Cassie Sharpe began the World Cup halfpipe skiing season the same way she finished last season – with a gold medal. Sharpe, from Comox, B.C., won the season-opening event in New Zealand on Friday, using a strong second run of 91.00 points to beat out Estonia’s Kelly Sildaru (90.20) and Marie ...
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