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Ski Lines: Freestyle stars to race next week at Lake Placid

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It seems that every time you look, there are more parts to freestyle skiing than there were the last time. Now there is half pipe, slope style and skier cross. But the bread-and-butter events, the ones that routinely draw the ooohs and the ahhs, remain the aerials with the remarkable gymnastic elements and the moguls, where you can feel your knees crack just watching the competitors navigate the bumps and jumps. Both events will be ...


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alicelicht
January 11, 2013
12:11 p.m.

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Phil Johnson puts the reader in his shoes as he spotlights skiing events and participants. When reading his column detailing how freestyle skiing judges reach their decisions, the reader is more than informed-- he's right in the midst of the action. Looking forward to more reporting on the World Cup and Winter Olympics. And anything else Phil chooses to cover.

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