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Meet the Athletes of the U.S. Ski Team

Glenwood Springs, Colo.
Lake Placid, N.Y.
Victor, Idaho
Squaw Valley, Calif.
Crested Butte, Colo.
Portland, Ore.
Maui, Hawaii
Bend, Ore.
Vail, Colo.
Eagle-Vail, Colo.
Jackson Hole, Wyo
Mammoth Mountain, Calif
Park City, Utah
Park City, Utah
Bend, Ore.
Squaw Valley, Calif.

So What is Alpine Anyway?

Alpine skiing, or downhill skiing, is the sport or recreation of sliding down snow-covered hills on skis with fixed-heel bindings. It is characterized by the requirement for mechanical assistance getting to the top of the hill, since the equipment does not allow efficient walking or hiking, unlike cross-country skis which use free-heel bindings. It is typically practiced at ski resorts which provide services such as ski lifts, artificial snow making and grooming, first aid, and restaurants. Back-country skiers use alpine skiing equipment to ski off the marked pistes, in some cases with the assistance of snowmobiles, helicopters or snowcats. Alpine skiing has been an event at the Winter Olympic Games since 1936 (except for the 1940 games).

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