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Austrians rule at world ski championships

Forsyth’s sixth was Canada’s best Although they got off to a slow start, Austria came away from the World Alpine Ski Championships with the lion’s share of the hardware – but a smaller share compared to the last championships.

Baseball league gears up for 2001

There will be an important organizational meeting for the upcoming Whistler Minor League Baseball season on Feb. 20 at 7 p.m. at the Blackcomb Lodge. All executive members, team managers and coaches should attend.

Nike snowboard cross sold out

The recent Nike Snowboard Cross event was a full house, drawing 184 competitors and thousands of spectators over the course of the day on Blackcomb. The track itself was unique for the Feb.

Begg-Smith’s solid in Nor-Am moguls

Whistler’s Dale and Jason Begg-Smith, aged 16 and 20, have been tearing it up on the Nor-Am mogul circuit, narrowly missing the podium in the last two contests. In the first contest, at Sunday River, Maine, on Feb.

Whistler Cup draws Olympic hopeful, huge turnout

It was a perfect day for a loppet. The sun was up, the air was cold, and the snow was hard and fast. Although a few dogs took exception to the starter pistol, Sunday’s 24 th annual Chateau Whistler Cup Loppet couldn’t have gone much better.

Rebagliati returns to racing

Ross Rebagliati, the face of snowboarding in Canada, is back it seems after taking more the past two seasons off racing to explore other options.

Squash tournament changes dates

The annual Sea to Sky Squash tournament for 2001 has been moved to a new date. This year's tournament is now set for February 23-25. Squamish's largest squash tournament is expected to attract more than 50 players from across B.C.

Bradley, Rochon win gold in Japan

The Canadian team showed the land of the rising sun why the land of perpetual cold is a force to be reckoned with in freestyle skiing.

Women's halfpipe team refocuses in Whistler

Countdown to the Olympics has snowboarders counting points The pressure is on.

Two Canadian’s in combined top 10

Good things may come in threes, but Kjetil Andre Aamodt’s third consecutive combined win in a World Championship was just ridiculous. Norway’s Aamodt managed to stay ahead of the younger and more aggressive Austrian skiers in the Feb.
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