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Olympic milestones approaching for American snowboarders and freestyle skiers

Megan Nick trains for women’s jumps at the 2021 Intermountain Healthcare International Freestyle Skiing World Cup on February 3, 2021 in Park City, Utah. Freestyle skiing Based on FIS points as of December 22, 2021, four US athletes are able to qualify for the jumps. Up to two athletes per …

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Cross-country skiing intensifies with recent storm

HELENA – It’s officially winter, and with winter comes snow sports here in Montana. Laura Cunningham, President of the Last Chance Nordic Ski Club, told MTN a little more about one of Montanan’s favorite winter sports, cross-country skiing. Backcountry skiing or cross country skiing can be a great way to …

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Adopted American mogul skier returns to China as Olympian

Winter Games. It is a return to China that she has thought about for a long time. (AP Photo / Pat Graham)” title=”American mogul skier Kai Owens poses with her French bulldog, Mochi, in front of a cafe in Denver in this photo taken on October 29, 2021. As a …

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Alpine skiing – Kristoffersen wins Alta Badia giant slalom with a late charge

(Reuters) – Norwegian Henrik Kristoffersen won his first World Cup giant slalom title of the season after a thrilling victory in Alta Badia, Italy on Sunday. In 2019, Kristoffersen became the first Norwegian to win the Alta Badia giant slalom and a clear second round brought him glory once again …

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‘Temperature inversion’ delays opening of ski and snowboard runs in Ober Gatlinburg

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WATE) – Residents of eastern Tennessee and visitors to the Smoky Mountains who want to hit the slopes will have to wait a little longer. Ober Gatlinburg said on Friday it was delaying snow production for its ski and snowboard runs. The ski area says the temperature inversion …

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Meet aerial skier Winter Vinecki ahead of Winter Olympics – NBC Chicago

The 2022 Winter Olympics will feature many big names, but perhaps none is more fitting than American aerial skier Winter Vinecki. The 22-year-old Michigan native is no stranger to the world stage. Vinecki spent the majority of her childhood running in marathons across the world where she became a record …

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Seventh Generation named official disinfectant for Aspen Skiing Company

Vermont Business Magazine Seventh generation, a leading household, personal and commercial cleaning products company and pioneer in environmentally friendly products, today announced a five-year partnership with Aspen Ski Company (ASC), a four mountain winter and summer destination in Colorado. Today’s travelers prioritize hygiene throughout the experience and ASC recognizes the …

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WA skiers trigger deadly avalanche, Ultrarunner breaks 24-hour record, more must-see stories

Home »Adventure» WA Skiers Trigger Deadly Avalanche, Ultrarunner Breaks Record 24 Hours & More Must-See Stories A weekly recap of the adventure news. From inspiring to tragic, here are a few of what you missed and a few things to look forward to. An avalanche killed a skier, a 60-year-old …

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The list of travel kits: innovative ski equipment for winter 2021

7. Salomon Radium Pro Sigma glasses When Salomon developed Sigma lens technology, he looked at how our eyes registered light and color and made adjustments specifically for the whiteness of snow. The new Radium Pro is a high-end ski goggles with a wide-angle Sigma lens that helps skiers deal with …

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Isaac Freitas-Eagan ’23 – The Williams Record

Photo courtesy of Isaac Freitas-Eagan. Team: Skiing (Nordic men) Hometown: Guilford, Vermont. Residence: Woodbridge Major: Geology and history What made you love Nordic skiing? I went Nordic skiing in college. And in my college, you were able to ski with the high school students. I think I was struck by …

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Summary of the results of the Ski World Cup in Beaver Creek

Skiers from around the world have gathered at Beaver Creek Mountain to compete in several World Cup races. The Beaver Creek Xfinity Birds of Prey Audi FIS Ski World Cup has become a legendary event in the world of skiing. The mountain is home to the Birds of Prey racetrack. …

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Five great ski vacations that won’t break the bank

With Austria in full lockdown until December 13, at the time of writing, and a rapidly evolving Omicron storyline, Irish ski fans are taking a wait-and-see approach to mountain vacations. Ski operators at French resorts such as La Rosière were aiming to reopen yesterday. The situation changes from hour to …

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Insurers rate those over 80, excluding ski vacations

Older vacationers have been deprived of their ski vacations after a Covid market squeeze left fewer travel insurance policies available. The number of insurance contracts for skiers has increased from 1,152 in 2019 to 772 today, according to Defaqto, a market analyst. About nine out of 10 policies provide coverage …

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These 2 family-friendly New England ski resorts offer fun activities for non-skiers

To travel Trade downhill skiing for ice skating, fat biking, concerts and more. The Spruce Peak base area at Stowe Mountain Resort is illuminated after dark. Stowe Region Association According to Frommer’s, skiers and snowboarders traveling with loved ones will find plenty to do at two ski resorts in Vermont …

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Chinese para-alpine skier pursues big dream in Beijing 2022

When Liu Sitong tentatively set foot in the Jeongseon Alpine Center in Pyeongchang, South Korea, in March 2018, she was exploring uncharted territory, both figuratively and literally. “I didn’t know much about skiing at the time,” recalls the 27-year-old, who was the first and only Chinese para-alpine skier at the …

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Skiers enjoy Ski Santa Fe opening day

After a year of many regulations and rules, the skiers are happy that these chairlifts are working again and they’ve got their skis out ready to hit the slopes. “I’m just happy to be back on the mountain, good snow,” said Conner Broderick and Matthew Fensterer. Opening day is something …

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Alpine skiing-Snowstorm destroys the first downhill of the Alpine World Cup

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. (Reuters) – Heavy snow forced the first downhill of the Men’s Alpine Skiing World Cup to be canceled on Friday. The World Cup sprint season got off to a flying start with final training at the Lake Louise track also canceled on Thursday due to warm temperatures. …

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Manali Carnival from January 2; paragliding, skiing key events: La Tribune India

Our correspondent Kullu, November 24 Education Minister Govind Singh Thakur said the Manali Winter Carnival will be celebrated from January 2-6. While chairing a meeting regarding carnival preparations in Manali yesterday, he said the festivities had been disrupted for the past two years due to the Covid outbreak. . He …

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Sierra Rescue Team with Olympic Skier Prepare for New Season

TRUCK, California The cell phone on the bedside table bursts out of the darkness. It’s a familiar ringtone to one of the all-volunteer Tahoe Nordic Search & Rescue members. And at 12:30 am, it’s a melody that only means one thing: someone is lost and needs help. As calls continue …

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National Team skier Brenden Kelly combines dual passion for moguls and music

Breadcrumb Links Sports Olympic Games Author of the article: Dan Barnes • Postmedia “ Brenden Kelly has been a member of the National Freestyle Ski Team since 2014. Photo by Whistler Photography Content of the article Standing at the top of a mogul slope or sitting at the piano, Brenden …

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Skiing, babysitting, biochar and kelp: Brunswick-based CEI publishes annual impact report

Brunswick-based Coastal Enterprises Inc. and its affiliates committed more than $ 35.8 million to 95 companies, primarily in Maine, during the 12-month period ending Sept. 30, according to a report by annual impact released Thursday. Skiers ride the new ski lift at Saddleback Ski Resort in Rangeley in this archive …

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judge, late Gravink honored by ski museum with “Spirit of Skiing” awards | News from local businesses

BRETTON WOODS – On a snowy night, the New England Ski Museum held their 2021 Annual Business / Dinner Meeting at the Omni Mount Washington Resort last Saturday. The event was highlighted by the Spirit of Skiing Awards presented to longtime former Wildcat Mountain General Manager Stan Judge, 94, of …

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Dismantling of the Sugar Loaf Resort, a community remembers

The Pain de Sucre ski resort has been welcoming guests for 21 years. Today the building is being demolished. “It’s very upsetting and very depressing,” says Joan Post-Brown, former employee and guest of Pain de Sucre. “We used Sugar Load a lot. I did jazzercise here, my son did a …

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Should you choose skis or snowboards at Riders Republic?

Rather than being limited to just one sport, Riders Republic offers different options for players. The main sports activities offered by the game are divided between the cycling and snow options. The difference between the bikes on offer comes down only to whether they are more geared towards downhill or …

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Water skiers aim to break world records in Polk County

Water skiers compete for world titles in Polk County Justin Matthews reports. WINTER HAVEN, Florida – Water skiers from around the world are in Polk County in an attempt to set more than a dozen towed water sports records for Guinness and the National Show Skiing Association. “We have the …

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Alpine skiing turns to former F1 boss Ecclestone for advice | Sports

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Switzerland launches a new vaccination campaign

October 17, 2021 61% of the population is fully vaccinated and a significant number of people refuse a vaccine. It has the lowest attendance of major skiing nations with growing concerns for the winter. NEW A vaccination campaign aimed at young people has been launched on social networks. Most new …

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Big White Ski Resort near Kelowna to open on November 25 – Kelowna Capital News

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K2 Sports confirms the end of the Full Tilt brand

Brands come and go in the ski industry, but to me Full Tilt is one of the most important on a personal level. I have (almost) exclusively fitted their boots since I started the sport, because they adapt perfectly to my feet (the OG shells). So it is with a …

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LSM & Peyben join 1000 Skis

In what is undoubtedly another huge shock to all of you, two of Line’s most creative and innovative pilots (although luckily they have a lot more where they came from) have parted ways with the brand. Lucas StÃ¥l Madison and Peyben both hung up their Blends and joined the young …

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Whispers of snow | Lifestyles | wvnews.com

The whispers of “Go West” tempted my friends Becky and Greg for quite a while. The whispers won out. Becky and Greg packed their bags and moved to Montana in July. My mom asked how they got along and added, “It will be interesting to see how they like these …

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Optimism continues to grow for the next ski season

October 1, 2021 The optimism recovered after the government announced a relaxation of travel rules in time for winter continues. Some operators advise people to book now if they want dates in high season or at a specific resort as supply is limited. NEW In general, UK tour operators’ capacity …

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The physics of wakeboarding and water skiing

Newtonian mechanics explain the forces involved in wakeboarding and waterskiing on water when pulled forward by a motorboat. The physics are the same for both. As the board moves through the water, it accelerates a mass of water every second (m / dt) at a speed (dv) diagonally down and …

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Does doing what you love in life come at a price?

Josh Christie wrote his first beer book while working full time at a freelance bookstore. “This book was written between five and eight in the morning. I would get up and get on with it, then get to work and work a whole day, ”says Christie, of Portland, Maine, US. …

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America’s most beautiful ski resorts

Rural – On Monday, US authorities announced the reopening of borders to tourists from November. When it comes to winter sports, many may immediately think of Austria, France or Switzerland, but did you know that there are also beautiful ski areas outside of Europe? Now that the borders are open …

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Outdoor enthusiasts flocked to Logan College this weekend

The celebration of National Hunt and Fish Days in southern Illinois will return to the John A. Logan College campus on the weekend of September 25-26. Organizers are excited to bring back the staple food from southern Illinois after canceling the 2020 event due to COVID-19 restrictions. Southern Illinois Hunting …

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CAGR value, SWOT analysis and EBITA analysis – Stillwater Current

Global Alpine Skiing Market Shows Sustained Growth Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis The Global Alpine Skiing Market report provides information on the latest developments and innovative strategies adapted by competitive players around the world. The report also covers the latest news from the Alpine Skiing market to understand the growth aspects …

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Face masks will be required inside these popular ski resorts

STOWE, Vermont – Some of the country’s best-known ski resorts will require guests to hide inside this season. Vail Hotels requires face coverings inside for all clients and employees of its properties, which include Vail, Breckenridge and Beaver Creek in Colorado, Heavenly and Kirkwood in California, Park City in Utah …

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Richard Sullivan Obituary (2021) – Manchester, CT

Richard A. Sullivan, 79, husband, father, uncle and beloved friend, died on September 14, 2021 of cancer. Rick was a New Years baby in 1942, the eldest son of Celeste and Francis R. Sullivan, an officer in the United States Army. Along with Rick’s brother Bill and sister Pam, they …

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Tommy Thompson Undergoes Surgery After Waterskiing Accident | Local News

Tommy Thompson, the longest-serving governor in Wisconsin history and acting president of the University of Wisconsin system, said he had surgery on Thursday, September 16 after a “little water-skiing accident” during of the weekend. Thompson, the former four-term Republican governor, wrote on Facebook that he needed to reattach his biceps …

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What skiers can expect from French slopes this winter

Good news for Brits eager to hit the slopes: resorts in France will be accessible again this 2021/22 season. But, as with everything we go through, it will be a little different. My taste of what the new normal of traditional chalet holidays will be like begins when I arrive …

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Tommy Thompson undergoes surgery after waterskiing accident

Interim University of Wisconsin president Tommy Thompson underwent surgery Thursday morning following a water-skiing accident, according to a post on his Facebook page. The former governor, who is a few months away from his 80th birthday, said he needed to “reattach my biceps to the tendon”. UW System spokesman Mark …

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10 most charming mountain towns in America

Mountain towns have a charm and appeal like nowhere else. Usually quaint and full of character, they offer some of the best mountain views, skiing, hiking, and outdoor experiences. Many American mountain towns are also well known for their award-winning food and drink options. Legendary breweries, luxury resorts and rustic …

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In-depth study explores huge growth in the future

Ample Market Research has released the latest 110+ page survey report on Ski Wear Market covering various selected industry players in global geographies such as North America (covered in Chapter 9), the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe (covered in Chapter 10), Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Russia. A perfect …

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Nordic skiers are taking to the streets this summer

CeCe Camacho moved to Maine 18 years ago after growing up in California. She realized that to enjoy winter in Maine, you have to be active in the outdoors. “I think that’s the key to winter mental health here,” said Camacho, who lives in Brunswick and is now a Nordic …

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Bode Miller Net Worth (Updated 2021)

What is Bode Miller’s net worth? Net value : $ 8 million Age: 43 Not: October 12, 1977 Native country: the United States of America Source of wealth: Alpine ski racer Last update: 2021 introduction Bode Miller is a former American World Cup alpine ski racer. Miller is a gold …

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Schedule, events and where to watch

The Beijing 2022 Olympics are scheduled to start on Friday February 4 and end on Sunday February 20, just six months after the Tokyo Olympics. If it seems soon, it is. The Winter Olympics stayed on schedule even though the Tokyo 2020 Summer Games were postponed to 2021 due to …

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Obituary: Raymond Joseph Smalls | AspenTimes.com

Raymond Joseph Petits December 5, 1941 – July 2, 2021 In the soft glow of the first light on July 2, 2021, Aspen lost a beloved character and Aspen Mountain lost a legend. Ray’s deep life and his plight with cancer were powerfully fueled by the love and laughter of …

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Patrick J. Cunningham | Obituary

Pat is survived by five children: Patrick J. Cunningham (Laura) and David J. Cunningham, (Susan) of Queensbury, Mark J. Cunningham (Shannon) of Greenwich, CT, Tyler D. Cunningham of Lake Placid and Meredith D. Cunningham of the North Creek; eight grandchildren: (Elle, Colin, Mara, Aiden, Zachery, Declan, Teagen and Dylan); siblings: …

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10 warnings for toxic algae, 15 watches

The Jerry Ivey Park Pond in Salina is one of 10 Kansas water bodies currently subject to a public health warning. In addition, 15 others are under surveillance. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment, in conjunction with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism, has issued public health …

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Opportunity to train with a Paralympic athlete at the museum

COLORADO SPRINGS – The Olympics are less than two weeks away, and there are opportunities at the US Olympic and Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs to prepare fans. On Monday morning, some people had the chance to train alongside a Paralympic athlete. Tyler Carter, a two-time Paralympic alpine skier led …

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20 photos of Royals at the beach loving life

England is a big island, which means lots and lots of sea cliffs, quaint villages on the ocean, and windswept beaches. Sure, the beaches can be a bit cooler than you might find in Tahiti or Mexico, but still. Growing up in England means you’re technically an islander, which might …

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Kiwis flock to ski slopes with Australia on the menu

Blocked from accessing many options across the moat, New Zealanders flock to the southern ski slopes. As the two-week school vacation begins today, options for a break in Australia have been hit hard by the Covid-19 outbreak in New South Wales and some cases in Queensland. New figures from Bachcare, …

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Connecticut ski season trends in national pandemic mirror data

CONNECTICUT – A national snow sports group recently released its report on ‘pandemic season’ and national trends have shown a successful 2020-21, despite tight restrictions. Connecticut appeared to follow these trends, those in the industry said. Data from a Snowsports Industries America consumer study titled “Impacts of COVID-19 on Snowsports …

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New LCC bus or gondola: UDOT explores proposals for Wasatch traffic

As traffic increases in Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon, the Utah Department of Transportation is exploring solutions to alleviate the problem. Photo of gondola work. Anyone who got caught in Little Cottonwood Canyon’s dreaded red snake knows that congestion in the direction of the mountains becomes absurd. The Utah Department of …

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Encouraging signs for skiing from the latest SIA report

In the 2021 SIA’s first report on the impacts of COVID-19, it was found that snow sports enthusiasts overestimated their ability to participate in their favorite winter activities during the recently completed 2020/21 season. However, they made snow sports related purchases at a higher rate than expected ahead of the …

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Global Ski Equipment and Clothing Market 2020 Current Trends, Business Strategies, Technology Development, Future Investments, and Forecasts 2025

An empirical report entitled Global Ski Equipment and Clothing Market 2020 by Countries, Companies, Key Types and Applications is published by MarketsandResearch.biz with comprehensive and premium market research. The report presents a comprehensive assessment of the Global Ski Equipment and Clothing Market and contains a future trend, current growth factors, …

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Polygiene: USWE opts for Polygiene technology in new running vests

Outdoor and sports brand USWE enters into partnership with another Swedish company Polygiene® ensure the race vests that fight odors and last longer. USWE specializes in non-rebound backpacks and hydration packs for Mountain biking, running, skiing and motorsports. She is now expanding the products of her Pace â„¢ range of …

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Girdwood housing market reaches crisis levels

A nationwide housing shortage is playing out across Alaska, but perhaps nowhere in the state has it been as severe as Girdwood, the mountain resort 40 miles south of Anchorage. . “I’ve been asked several times how you describe it in one word,” said resident Mike Edgington, who works on …

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Kenya’s only skier watches Olympic Winter Games glory

Sabrina Wanjiku Simader, Kenya’s first and only Olympic skier to date, is aiming for a podium at the Beijing Winter Games. The 23-year-old specializes in alpine skiing, which includes disciplines such as SuperGiants and downhill races. “My stepfather introduced me to skiing when I was three,” she told Nairobi News …

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Winter in Queenstown: A Survival Guide for Non-Skiers

Amisfield, Queenstown. Photo / Supplied Peter Dragicevich studies options for risky downpours and unrepentant sloths in Aotearoa’s premier ski destination. To resume skiing as an adult seems to me to be an act of extreme masochism. You first have to spend a small fortune in kit, ski passes and lessons, …

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