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  • Norway's push for the winter-sport summit, called Project Olympiatoppen, hinged on a single center where athletes from many sports could train together, trading tips and learning each other's strengths.

    A Dream Team From Norway

  • So yes, the pictures are lovely, the winter-sport enthusiasts are exstatic, I want to turn into a bear; go to bed and wake up in April.

    Archive 2004-11-01

  • I don't remember how it came about that I finally chose Freidegg among the multiplicity of winter-sport stations whose descriptions approximated to those of Heaven.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 158, March 17, 1920

  • "This confirmed funding represents an unprecedented level of assistance to national winter-sport organizations and will contribute to making Canada a leading sport nation."

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • "We have high mountains and winter-sport possibilities," said Reyes, who won Pan American bronze at 1,000 meters.

    The Seattle Times

  • Ken Read, the former Crazy Canuck alpine skier who now serves as the winter-sport director of Own The Podium, believes Chan's feeling that Canadian athletes are undervalued by their countrymen is common but wrong-headed.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Bakuriani has a long tradition of producing winter-sport athletes. sponsored by

    Spero News

  • I've never thought of Portland as a two winter-sport town.

    Blazersedge

  • The winter-sport business also went exceedingly well.

    Presseportal

  • The effort has even been solidified into an official winter-sport program called

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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