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Aspen’s Torin Yater-Wallace on Sochi Games: ‘Not my night but was freeskiing’s’

Aspen’s Torin Yater-Wallace on Sochi Games: ‘Not my night but was freeskiing’s’

Three-time Winter X Games superipipe medalist Torin Yater-Wallace, of Basalt, obviously didn’t have the Winter Olympics he was hoping for earlier this week at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, but…

Yater-Wallace ready to break out in Olympic debut of men’s halfpipe skiing

Yater-Wallace ready to break out in Olympic debut of men’s halfpipe skiing

Basalt’s Torin Yater-Wallace wrapped up training at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park on Monday ahead of the debut of men’s halfpipe skiing at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics on Tuesday.…

Coloradans lead the way in opening ceremonies for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics

Coloradans lead the way in opening ceremonies for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics

Colorado athletes were literally at the forefront of the opening ceremonies for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, with many in attendance and Steamboat’s Todd Lodwick leading the way into Fisht…

New Year keeps delivering fresh powder at Aspen

New Year keeps delivering fresh powder at Aspen

Aspen is once again catching the southern edge of a northwest flow of moisture that on Saturday dumped buckets of rain on Seattle and 18 inches of snow on the…

Aspen’s Simi Hamilton claims first U.S. World Cup win in nearly 30 years

Aspen’s Simi Hamilton claims first U.S. World Cup win in nearly 30 years

Aspen’s Simi Hamilton made some serious cross-country ski-racing history on Tuesday with the first American men’s win on the World Cup tour since February of 1983. “I had a really…

Colorado snowboarders, freeskiers vie for Olympic berths, snow sports immortality

Colorado snowboarders, freeskiers vie for Olympic berths, snow sports immortality

Qualifying for the Feb. 7-23 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, is in full swing in Colorado after last weekend’s Dew Tour in Breckenridge and with this weekend’s Grand Prix at…

Ligety, Miller already in Olympic form as World Cup heads to Europe

Ligety, Miller already in Olympic form as World Cup heads to Europe

No American man has ever won an Olympic gold medal in giant slalom, and only one – Bode Miller – has ever won a GS medal of any color (silver…

American women fall short in World Cup races that replaced Aspen Winternational

American women fall short in World Cup races that replaced Aspen Winternational

The women of the U.S. Ski Team have a long history of not winning on Thanksgiving weekend, but usually they do it in Aspen. Without injured Lindsey Vonn of Vail…

Aspen, Snowmass opening early with 800 acres and counting

Aspen, Snowmass opening early with 800 acres and counting

Snowmass and Aspen Mountain will open early for the season on Saturday, Nov. 23, with more than 800 acres of terrain and nine lifts combined. More than six feet of…

Aspen Mountain opens for the weekend with fresh snow, more on the way

Aspen Mountain opens for the weekend with fresh snow, more on the way

With more than a half a foot of new snow and more on the way, Aspen Mountain opened for snow riding today nearly two weeks before its scheduled opening on…

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