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Laurie Stephens

USA's Laurie Stephens skied to a double silver in the Giant Slalom at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup in Winter Park, USA.

ⒸMichael Knaus

USA's Laurie Stephens skied to a double silver in the Giant Slalom at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup in Winter Park, USA. © • Michael Knaus

World Cup Finals - Winter Park, USA, 24-27 February 2015

Winter Park, Colorado, USA, will play host to the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals from 24-27 February, concluding just before the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships start from 2-10 March.

Winter Park Resort consists of four adjacent areas: Winter Park, Mary Jane, (including Parsenn Bowl), Vasquez Cirque, and Vasquez Ridge. A network of trails and chairlifts connects the four distinct mountains.

Winter Park itself has a vertical drop of 667m and 3,420m top elevation.

The Winter Park Resort is the oldest continually operated resort in Colorado and skiers will compete in slalom, giant slalom, super-combined and super-G.