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Curse of the Canuck

Could this be the year a Canadian finally wins the biggest comp in freeskiing? [ed. note: On February 9, 2017 Kylie Sivell placed third in the season opener in Andorra] The fact that a Canadian has never claimed the Freeride World Tour (FWT) overall title in the 10-year history of the extreme-skiing competition is astounding. … More »

Un Triste Adieu

JP Auclair’s death in South America sent shockwaves throughout the world of skiing. _By STEVEN THRENDYLE in December 2014 issue   It was a cold Friday in January 1998 when a foursome of wiry, scruffy guys strolled through a parking lot at Vail in T-shirts and baggy pants, babbling in French. If it had been … More »

Judge Benoit Presiding

Even if these days you only ski the hero run under the chair when you’re sure none of your friends are watching and that yellow downhill suit you’ve been keeping “just in case” makes you look more like a chubby banana than a svelte racer, there’s still hope because athletes aren’t the only ones who … More »

Small Wonder: Jenn Heil

Despite her small stature (she’s 5’3”), Jennifer (Jenn) Heil is one of Canada’s biggest hopes for a medal at the 2006 Olympics in Torino, Italy. The 22-year-old Spruce Grove, Alberta, native surprised a few people when, after placing 4th in women’s moguls at the 2002 Olympics (just missing the bronze by 1/100th of a point), … More »

Coaches and Camps: Priceless

Can you imagine attending a hockey camp and being coached by Wayne Gretzky or Mario Lemieux? Apparently Mastercard thought it was so exciting to see Cassie Campbell and Bobby Orr coach a group of kids that they made a TV ad about it. Called the experience “priceless.” And when Scotty Bowman decided to pass along … More »

Curse of the Canuck

Could this be the year a Canadian finally wins the biggest comp in freeskiing? [ed. note: On February 9, 2017 Kylie Sivell placed third in the season opener in Andorra] The fact that a Canadian has never claimed the Freeride World Tour (FWT) overall title in the 10-year history of the extreme-skiing competition is astounding. … More »

Un Triste Adieu

JP Auclair’s death in South America sent shockwaves throughout the world of skiing. _By STEVEN THRENDYLE in December 2014 issue   It was a cold Friday in January 1998 when a foursome of wiry, scruffy guys strolled through a parking lot at Vail in T-shirts and baggy pants, babbling in French. If it had been … More »

Judge Benoit Presiding

Even if these days you only ski the hero run under the chair when you’re sure none of your friends are watching and that yellow downhill suit you’ve been keeping “just in case” makes you look more like a chubby banana than a svelte racer, there’s still hope because athletes aren’t the only ones who … More »

Small Wonder: Jenn Heil

Despite her small stature (she’s 5’3”), Jennifer (Jenn) Heil is one of Canada’s biggest hopes for a medal at the 2006 Olympics in Torino, Italy. The 22-year-old Spruce Grove, Alberta, native surprised a few people when, after placing 4th in women’s moguls at the 2002 Olympics (just missing the bronze by 1/100th of a point), … More »

Coaches and Camps: Priceless

Can you imagine attending a hockey camp and being coached by Wayne Gretzky or Mario Lemieux? Apparently Mastercard thought it was so exciting to see Cassie Campbell and Bobby Orr coach a group of kids that they made a TV ad about it. Called the experience “priceless.” And when Scotty Bowman decided to pass along … More »

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