February 07, 1994 | E.M. Swift
What's wrong with U.S. skiing? Sit down, this may take awhile
May 08, 1978 | Sam Moses
Two weeks ago when ABC televised the final portion of George Willig's two-day climb of Angels Landing, a treacherous 1,500-foot Navajo sandstone wall in Utah's Zion National Park, the network extended its live...
April 08, 1974 | William O. Johnson
Amateurs have always followed the timeless ski racing routine of man against clock. But now that they've seen the new dual-course system, how're you gonna keep 'em down on the old format?
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
March 09, 1970 | William Johnson
Here comes skiing, richer than ever. Here come the skiing manufacturers, with brand names and big money. And here comes the inevitable collision between amateurism and the 1972 Olympics