Gstaad


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Gstaad

(kshtät), village, Bern canton, W Switzerland. It is a fashionable winter sports resort. Cheese and wood products are made in the village.
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Private security guards kept watch as television crews and photographers laid siege outside on an icy lane on the edge of Gstaad, nestled on the slope of a mountain valley.
The Justice Ministry insisted that politics played no role in its arrest order on Polanski, who lives in France but has spent much time at a chalet in the luxury Swiss resort of Gstaad.
Guests on the winter program make their home at the 5-star Grand Hotel Park located just outside the walk around village of Gstaad.
ROGER FEDERER warned British critics not to write off Tim Henman's chances of ever winning Wimbledon, before flying home to Switzerland yesterday to swap the grass of SW19for the clay of Gstaad.
I haven't won too many matches here in Gstaad,but I had a lot of confidence from Wimbledon.
The village of Gstaad lies in the midst of the Bernese Alps in southwestern Switzerland, on the border between the Germanand French-speaking parts of the country, and boasts magnificent surrounds, a pleasant alpine climate, cool mountain streams and lush green forests.
Greg Rusedski lost 6-2, 6-2 to the Czech Republic's Jiri Novak, whose best performances this year have come on clay, at Munich and Gstaad where he won both tournaments.
Maurice Papon, who was a minister in the French government during the war, had failed to turn up for sentencing but was arrested in the Swiss ski resort of Gstaad.
9 in the world, 7-6 (7-5), 7-6 (7-5) in the second round of the Swiss Open in Gstaad.
For the winter term, the entire student body moves to Gstaad, home to the world's most elite ski resort and where skiing is part of the school's curriculum.
The service will depart from London St Pancras International and Ashford to resorts including Verbier, Zermatt, Saas Fee and Gstaad, running from December 22 to April 13.
Red-hot Janko Tipsarevic will meet Paul-Henri Mathieu in the last four of the Swiss Open in Gstaad, while Thomaz Bellucci will play Grigor Dimitrov in the second semi-final.