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Former Paralympic Coach Comes ‘Full Circle’ After Losing a Leg

FRISCO, Colo. — In a different world, Jon Kreamelmeyer, 75, would have been in Canada competing in the Masters World…

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Big Sky Is Sprawling, Luxurious and Pricey. And, Maybe, the Future of Skiing.

The dominant landmark at the Big Sky ski resort in Montana is Lone Peak. At 11,166 feet, it towers majestically…

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Is This the End of the Trail Map?

At the end of this month, the artist James Niehues will be inducted into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall…

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How to View the Northern Lights From New England and the Midwest

Several years ago, on a cold, mid-March evening at about 10 p.m., I took my dogs out for a walk…

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It’s Norway’s Games Again. What’s Its Secret?

BEIJING — They’re doing it again. Norway, with a population of just five million, is executing its quadrennial triumph over…

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Can an Old Skier Learn New Tricks?

I hurt. Constellations of sallow contusions pulse on my legs, and my elbows resemble raw meat. Sweat soaks my helmet…

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It’s Norway’s Games Again. What’s Its Secret?

BEIJING — They’re doing it again. Norway, with a population of just 5 million, is executing its quadrennial triumph over…

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Competing in the Winter Games, Without a Snowball’s Chance

YANQING, China — One by one they zigzagged down the mountain, near the end of a line of nearly 90…

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Shiffrin’s Olympics End as They Began, With a Sudden Fall and a Frank Review

YANQING, China — For Mikaela Shiffrin, the most unexpected of Olympic journeys culminated just as it began: with one more…

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Mikaela Shiffrin’s Alpine Career Is Far From Over

I first saw Mikaela Shiffrin ski when she was 14 at an Eastern championship for top junior racers culled from…

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