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February 1, 1989 | BOB LOCHNER, Times Assistant Sports Editor
It's all downhill at the World Alpine Ski Championships for the rest of this week. Competitors from every major skiing nation in the world--and some not so major--made their first official training runs down the high-speed courses at Vail and Beaver Creek Tuesday, and as usual, it was difficult to tell which racers were going all out and which were just trying to get the feel of the best line, or applying the brakes at the bottom to sandbag their times. However, Pam Fletcher of the U.S.
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February 1, 1989 | BOB LOCHNER, Times Assistant Sports Editor
It's all downhill at the World Alpine Ski Championships for the rest of this week. Competitors from every major skiing nation in the world--and some not so major--made their first official training runs down the high-speed courses at Vail and Beaver Creek Tuesday, and as usual, it was difficult to tell which racers were going all out and which were just trying to get the feel of the best line, or applying the brakes at the bottom to sandbag their times. However, Pam Fletcher of the U.S.
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In the magazine today, Times Travel Writer Susan Spano visits New York's hippest new hotels, where style and celebrity rule. Foreign correspondent David Lamb is seduced by Old Asia in Vietnam's Hanoi. Also: on the trail of mystery writer Tony Hillerman in the Southwest; Spain's royalty-favored ski resort; the remnants of the Gilded Age in Florida; and 10 truly remote escapes.
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