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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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Travel

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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Travel

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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World

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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World

With Indoor Ski Resorts and Curling Schools, China Lifts Xi’s Sports Dream

Follow our latest coverage of the 2022 Winter Olympics. BEIJING — In the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, which has…

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Sports

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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World

Your Monday Briefing

Ukrainian soldiers at the front line in eastern Ukraine.Credit...Tyler Hicks/The New York TimesPressure mounts in Ukraine What is perhaps Europe…

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World

Why the Beijing Olympics Are So Hard to Watch

Imagine a dystopian Olympics. Maybe it would have athletes skiing on fake snow down parched slopes. Robots mixing cocktails, making…

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Sports

Americans Once Dominated Alpine Skiing. Can They Come Back?

YANQING, China — Not very long ago, the leaders of Alpine skiing in the United States believed they had built…

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Sports

Mikaela Shiffrin, Always Steady on Her Skis, Has Lost Her Footing

YANQING, China — Ever since Mikaela Shiffrin burst onto the international skiing scene a decade ago as a teenage phenom,…

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