Born To Ski

Thys, Edie
October 1999
Ski;Oct99, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p50
Discusses the dominance of Austrians in the field of skiing. Austria's performance at the 1999 World Alpine Championships; Overview of skiing business in Austria; Information on how Austrian coaches motivate American skiers.


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