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On May 6th 1903, ten men sat down to dinner at the Cafe Royal in London and started a ski club. It would become the most famous in the world - the Ski Club of Great Britain. In those days, to the British, skiing was little more than a slightly odd sport practiced by English eccentrics. Over the years, the Ski Club published an almanac, which became a document of fascinating, amusing and downright weird anecdotes of the Brits on the slopes as the sport went from being a minority diversion to the worldwide obsession it is today. "Snow Crazy" is a collection of these anecdotes - a companion for the millions of ski addicts across the world.
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