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With coronavirus, World Cup circuit dealing with far more uncertainty than absence of Shiffrin

With coronavirus, World Cup circuit dealing with far more uncertainty than absence of Shiffrin

Editor’s note: On Thursday, Feb. 27, the International Ski Federation (FIS) cancelled the women’s World Cup giant slalom and slalom scheduled for March 7-8 in Ofterschwang, Germany, due to poor…

Brignone overtakes Shiffrin for overall World Cup lead

Brignone overtakes Shiffrin for overall World Cup lead

It took her eight races sans Mikaela Shiffrin on the circuit, but Italy’s Federica Brignone on Sunday finally passed Shiffrin in the overall World Cup chase, winning an alpine combined…

Snow just keeps coming in Vail as Burton rolls out lineup for free Burton Concert Series

Snow just keeps coming in Vail as Burton rolls out lineup for free Burton Concert Series

Snow has been steadily falling in the Vail Valley since Thursday morning, and the National Weather Service has a Winter Storm Watch is in effect through late Friday night, with…

More snow for Vail as Denver gears up for POW events at Outdoor Retailer

More snow for Vail as Denver gears up for POW events at Outdoor Retailer

It may seem like it’s been a stellar snow-riding season so far in the Vail Valley, with multiple fun powder days, but it’s really been fairly average. Don’t get me…

More snow for Vail, Beaver Creek as valley gears up for MLK Day

More snow for Vail, Beaver Creek as valley gears up for MLK Day

Well that was exciting. A steady week of snowfall culminated with daytime blizzard-like conditions in the Vail Valley on Monday, shutting down the highway in numerous places and generally wreaking…

Big week of snow ahead of MLK Day weekend, Amex pop-up event in Vail

Big week of snow ahead of MLK Day weekend, Amex pop-up event in Vail

Vail and Beaver Creek have stayed soft the last few days, with six inches or so of new snow falling since Thursday, and heavier amounts are in the forecast for…

Several storms aimed at Vail just in time for first Oakley Week snow event

Several storms aimed at Vail just in time for first Oakley Week snow event

January looks like it will be a stormy month for the Vail Valley, with several smaller snowstorms stacked up for the second half of this week and continuing into next…

Vail, Beaver Creek to ring in 2020 with fresh round of snowstorms

Vail, Beaver Creek to ring in 2020 with fresh round of snowstorms

Other than a decent blast of fresh snow on Saturday, it’s been a relatively dry period for the Vail Valley since the last major snow cycle that deposited more than…

Vail, Beaver Creek open more terrain for holidays as snow returns to forecast

Vail, Beaver Creek open more terrain for holidays as snow returns to forecast

The Vail Valley will be warmer and drier this weekend as both Vail and Beaver Creek announced major terrain openings for the holidays. And more snow is in the forecast…

Edwards’ freeride skier Leonardo lands invite to Junior Worlds in Austria

Edwards’ freeride skier Leonardo lands invite to Junior Worlds in Austria

To say Joey Leonardo of Edwards is a rising star of big mountain, freeride skiing misses the point of the sport, which is to actually descend, taking the most breathtaking…

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