Deer Valley welcomes freestyle competitors from around the world at the 2006 Freestyle International World Cup this weekend. Saturday’s events will include aerial competitions on Deer Valley’s 2002 Olympic runs, as well as live entertainment and fireworks in the venue. The action will start at 1:30 p.m. with women’s and men’s qualifying rounds, followed by an aerial finalist showcase at 5:45 p.m. The aerial finals will start at 6 p.m. with an awards ceremony immediately following. Big Head Todd and the Monsters will perform at 7:20 p.m. on the Venue Stage. Fireworks will end the event at 8:20 p.m. General admission to all events is free. The event will be aired on NBC on Sunday, Jan. 15, at 1 p.m. For additional event information, please call 645-6510. Flanders sweeps Parkite Mackenzie Flanders swept the competition at last weekend’s Junior World Championships held at the Utah Olympic Park Jan. 6-7. Flanders won all four races. On Friday, she raced to a 52.62 second finish in the first race and 52.89 seconds in the second race. On Saturday, she turned in race times of 52.42 seconds and 52.50 seconds. Caleb Smith of Lake Placid, N.Y. won on the men’s side. Coed soccer Park City Recreation’s Adult Coed Indoor Soccer League will begin Jan. 31. Games will be played on Tuesday nights in the Racquet Club gym, using all four walls and indoor soccer rules. Cost is $150 per team, and the deadline is Jan. 25. For details and to register, call the Racquet Club at 615-5401, or visit http://www.parkcityrecreation.org .
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Buses, trains and gondolas doesn’t have quite the same ring to it, but they make up the transit alternatives for the mountain transportation system the Central Wasatch Commission is trying to create, mostly in the Cottonwood canyons.