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February 05, 1973 | Anita Verschoth
Back when it all began, skiers often closed their eyes while dashing downhill and—if early accounts are accurate—held their breath as well. According to one report from the past, at the turn of the century a Vienna...
December 20, 1971 | Gwilym S. Brown
He used to race for play as an official U.S. team amateur, but now ex-Olympian Sabich races for fun and profit as a bright new star on the professional circuit. And what is more, he's winning all the money
November 22, 1971 | Anita Verschoth
Ex-paratrooper Jess Bell mixed up a special batch of stuff for fresh-air fiends, and next thing the competition knew, he was the cosmetics king of the ski world. Now even schussboomer Billy Kidd smears it on
December 21, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Billy Kidd, former U.S. Olympic skier, asked to explain the growing popularity of the sport in this country: "People are looking for self-expression. In skiing nobody tells you where to go or what to do. You do your...
November 23, 1970 | William Johnson
The Kidd has retired and the U.S. Alpine ski team now has a canny old coach who wants to win—but is too smart to make any promises