SR > MAR. 29. 10
Front | Out of the Gate
4 Start House: March Madness.
6 Letters: Gratitude to Aspen and Heuga.
8 Out of the Gate: Cochran’s draws top
names; Buechel and Macartney retire, boots
go carbon fiber; Vonn tops money list.
12 Waxroom: In the drink; in the pink;
Mancuso heads off piste; Vonn gets some
camera time; Herbst becomes a dad.
14 Gallery: Spring skiing images abound.
Departments + Columns
Gold to Crystal: Alpine World Cup
The ‘ 10 World Cup closes for alpine racers. BY SHAUNA FARNELL AND HANK MCKEE
36 Reign in Spain: Freestyle World Cup
The moguls and ski cross World Cup seasons end with competitions in
Europe; Sierra Nevada sees crystal globes distributed. BY ERIC WILLIAMS
Back | Competitive Edge
54 Juniors: Results and photos galore.
64 Summer Camps: It’s endless winter in
our annual round-up of off-season training.
72 Role Model: Ruby Mountain Wrangler.
74 Backshop: End-of-season special.
76 Masters: A class ( 13) of their own.
77 Marketplace: Check out SR partners.
78 Finish Line: Olympics 101.
40 The Strides of March: Nordic World Cup
Kikkan Randall is the top U.S. cross country racer as World Cup wraps up
for nordic racers in Europe. BY PETER Q. GRAVES WITH USSA
44 New York Jets: U.S. Nationals
Tommy Ford wins three in a row while Julia Mancuso breaks a 55-year-old
record at Lake Placid’s U.S. Alpine National Championships. BY HANK MCKEE
48 NCAA and USCSA Championships
University of Denver claims third straight NCAA championship while Sierra
Nevada College takes USCSA top honors. BY BRYCE HUBNER
60 What an Encore: 2010 Paralympics
More than 500 athletes gather in Whistler and Vancouver for the 2010
Paralympic Winter Games. BY ERIC WILLIAMS
Cover: Lindsey Vonn’s bling. (GEPA)