Snow alert for Jackson Hole
Snow alert for Breckenridge , Vail
Snow aalert for Beaver Creek
Snow alert for Crystal Wa.
Snow alert for Whistler Blackcomb
Snow 4 " in last 12 hours
05 Culinary Festival
06 Telemark Workshop at BC
08 Rembrants in Beaver Creek 08
Thursday Night Lights
09 Rembrants in Beaver Creek 09
16 Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats
Sun Peaks Resort
We had no new snow; but with the recent dump over the weekend we are looking great out there. Our base is a beautiful 176cm. The groomers have done a wonderful job out there and the hill is looking fabulous!
The temperature is currently - 4C in the Village, at Mid-mountain -8C, and -9C at the Top of the World. The winds are light, and the sky is cloudy.
The forecast for today is calling for morning cloudy periods with isolated flurries, then afternoon sunny periods.
All our major lifts are turning today. All 3 mountains are 100% open, with all of our 117 runs open and begging to be ripped up.
We received 9" at the summit in the past 24 hours, but because the upper mountain was closed yesterday all that new snow is fresh up top!
Date: Sunday, February 5, 2006
Weather: It is calm and cold this morning with overcast skies.
Base Temperature: 23 degrees
Base Snow Depth: 99 inches
Base New Snow Fall 24hrs: 4 inches
Base Snow Fall 48hrs: 8 inches
Summit Temperature: 14 degrees
Summit Snow Depth: 146 inches
Crystal Mountain Ski Patrol is now accepting applications
Crystal Mountain Volunteer Ski Patrol is now accepting applications for the 2006 / 2007 Season. Open to expert level Alpine Skiers and Snowboarders over the age of 21. A skill evaluation will be held on the weekend of February 18th and 19th for those interested.
The Express Bus is the hassle free way to Crystal Mountain on the weekends.
IOC PRess Schedule
TODAY'S PRESS CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
Monday, Feb. 6
NOTE: All Monday press conferences are in La Mole conference room in the Main Media Center in Torino.
1:30-2:00 pm - Nordic combined (full team)
2:00-3:00 pm - Snowboard PGS (full team)
3:00-4:00 pm - Snowboard halfpipe (full team)
7:30-8:30 pm - Cross country (full team)
UPCOMING PRESS CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
Tuesday, Feb. 7
2:00-2:30 pm - Women's freestyle moguls (full team)
2:30-3:30 pm - Men's alpine downhill/combined team (Rahlves, Miller, Macartney, Nyman, Sullivan Ligety)
Wednesday, Feb. 8
11:30-12:30 PM - Freestyle aerials team (full team)
12:30-1:30 pm - Men's alpine SL/GS team (Schlopy, Knight, Cochran)
6:30-7:30 pm - Snowboard SBX team (full team)
TBD - Ski jumping
Thursday, Feb. 9
6:00-7:00 pm - Men's freestyle moguls team (full team)
8:00-9:00 pm - Women's alpine team (full team)
US Ski 8 Snowbaord Teams
Homewood Mountain resort , On Tahoe's west shore
Feb 2-3 - Women's Edventures
Feb 4-5 - Women's Edventures
Feb 4th - Open League - Clinic
Feb 5th - Slopestyle- North Side
Feb 11th - Singles League - G.S.
Feb 12th - Tahoe League - G.S.
DASHINSKI, LI WIN AERIALS IN CZECH REPUBLIC
SPINDLERUV MLYN, Czech Republic (Feb. 5) - Dmitri Dashinski of Belarus and Nina Li from China were victorious in a World Cup aerials event Sunday in the Czech Republic. Dashinski won with 251.77 points. He was trailed by Xiaopeng Han of China (244.44) and Dmitri Rak of Belarus (224.80).
Li collected a winning point total of 199.33 to beat out Alla Tsuper of Belarus (177.35) and Switzerland's Manuela Mueller (174.31). Lacy Schnoor laid down the top performance for the U.S. as she took 11th in the women's contest. It was Schnoor's fourth top-10 World Cup finish this season. She has been in the top 10 in four of her last five World Cup appearances.
The 2006 U.S. Olympic Team members did not compete as they are in Park City, Utah for training.
FREESTYLE WORLD CUP
Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic - Feb. 5, 2006
1. Dmitri Dashinski, Belarus, 251.77 points
2. Xiaopeng Han, China, 244.44
3. Dmitri Rak, Belarus, 224.80
4. Zhongqing Liu, China, 221.34
5. Nicolas Thepaut, France, 220.13
17. Tim Massucco, Park City, Utah, 184.20
25. John Riopel, Park City, Utah, 112.94
1. Nina Li, China, 199.33
2. Alla Tsuper, Belarus, 177.35
3. Manuela Mueller, Switzerland, 174.31
4. Tatiana Kozachenko, Ukraine, 174.31
5. Nannan Xu, China, 173.33
11. Lacy Schnoor, Draper, Utah, 148.03
13. Sharlee Strebel, Layton, Utah, 138.13
15. Jill Priest, Park City, Utah, 133.69
17. Jaime Myers, Boise, Idaho, 117.64
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