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What's Next THE MONTH AHEAD

March 22, 2004
March 22, 2004

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March 22, 2004

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What's Next THE MONTH AHEAD

Edited by Yi-Wyn Yen

MARCH 20
Black Diamond Wasatch PowderKeg Let the thigh burning begin. In
the first ski mountaineering World Cup event held in the U.S.,
racers will cover 8.39 miles with nearly 10,000 feet of elevation
change in Utah's Wasatch Range.

This is an article from the March 22, 2004 issue Original Layout

APRIL 9
The Best and Worst of Tred Barta Filling the void for what it
calls "testosterone-filled entertainment," Fox Sports Net brings
the old man and the sea to you in this hunting and fishing
reality series featuring professional outdoorsman Tred Barta
(5:30 p.m. ET).

APRIL 11
Projected day Steve Fossett and his 12-person crew will return to
Isle d'Ouessant, France, after circumnavigating the globe,
thereby breaking the round the world sailing record. The crew
will have covered nearly 24,000 nautical miles in less than 64
days, breaking the old mark of 64 days and 8 hours.

APRIL 17
XTerra Saipan Championship Sixty years after the U.S. Marines
took over the island against Japanese resistance, off-road
triathletes will do battle with a 1.5-km ocean swim, a 30-km
single-track bike ride and a 12-km trail run through the caves in
which the Japanese hid.

COLOR PHOTO: MATT LAW/BLACK DIAMOND EQUIPMENTCOLOR PHOTO: CLAIRE BAILEY/KOS PICTURE/DPPI