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March 06, 1967
FROSTBITTENSirs:For years we have been trying to tell people what winter sailing is like. We greatly enjoy the sport but have found it hard to express our enjoyment to the disbelievers. Now, with Jeannette Bruce's...
January 29, 1968 | Dan Jenkins
After last weekend's Hahnenkamm, the Olympics begin to look like a horse race. Austria's Nenning won another downhill, Switzerland's Giovanoli another slalom, and Jean-Claude Killy leaped back to form
February 05, 1968 | Dan Jenkins
The Xth Winter Olympic Games, opening in Grenoble next week, will find 2,300 athletes from 38 nations scrambling for 35 gold, 35 silver and 35 bronze medals. And while it is the skaters who have the best chance of...
February 19, 1968 | Dan Jenkins
Up in the gusty mountains above Grenoble it was believed that stubborn old Avery Brundage, who has this hangup about amateurism, would stand at the finish line of the Alpine events in the Winter Olympics with legs...
March 25, 1968 | Dan Jenkins
As the World Cup tour came to Aspen, Billy Kidd defeated that French guy and Canada's Nancy Greene swept the girls off the slope during the best weekend in memory for North American skiing