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Organizers hope to increase interest in fishing and develop conservation ethics in a new generation of outdoor enthusiasts at Jackson’s annual Kids Fishing Day.

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Neo Emery had been able to view his line only from below at the Freeride Junior World Championships before he actually dropped into it. And as he launched off a boulder near the top, successfully cruised through the couloir and carved through the meadow, he looked as if he could have been ri…

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When the Pole Pedal Paddle announced just days before Saturday’s race start that the Nordic leg would be canceled due to a lack of snow, one might think that would take a Nordic-first athlete out of the running for the individual championship.

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It’s late Sunday morning at the Magic Carpet area of Snow King, and the gentle slope is teeming with beginners, from toddlers forming wedges as their parents shout encouragement to adult tourists awkwardly bent over, skidding from side to side with arms outstretched. It’s a cacophony of laug…

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The skier stood atop Taylor Mountain on Jan. 24, 2012. Eyeing the peak’s massive south face, he ski cut the start zone, attempting to test the hang fire above a naturally released slide that had gone the previous day.

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After three straight years of injuries or viruses derailing her season, the lofty goals Breezy Johnson took into this winter’s ski campaign might have seemed a little out of reach to everyone.

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Anny Malo had built up a roughly 14-minute lead heading into the final stage of the Pedigree Stage Stop Race on Saturday, and yet she did not breathe a sigh of relief until she hit the finish line.

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Two days of heavy snow fell before mushers and their dog teams were able to get the Pedigree Stage Stop underway on Saturday, and it made for sloppy, wet, tough conditions as the teams pulled through the 31-mile leg at the Greys River Trailhead in Alpine.