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RYAN REPORT – Alpine Canada names Olympic ski cross team

On Jan.22 Alpine Canada announced the ski cross team. Top Canadian finishers at the weekend races, Kevin Drury and Kelsey Serwa, (both finished fourth) made the team. Also on their way to PyeongChang, South Korea are Chris Del Bosco, David Duncan, Brady Leman and Ian Deans. For the women, India Sherret, Marielle Thompson and Tiana … More »

Join the Club

On the eve of the 2016-17 World Cup season in October, President and CEO Mark Rubenstein of Alpine Canada, which oversees the national Alpine, Ski Cross and Para-alpine ski racing teams, launched Club ACA, a fan-inspired loyalty program. It’s free to enroll and members benefit from numerous perks from the club’s founding partners, including  Helly … More »

Marie-Michèle Gagnon

The Canadian members of the ladies’ ski team are inspiring role models and a marketer’s dream. Racking up podiums and top-10 results on the World Cup circuit this year, the girls are stepping out of the well-branded Americans’ and Europeans’ shadows. Alpine Canada’s Communications Manager Ashley Shantz said the team is making extra PR efforts … More »

Manny O-P workout

When national ski team member Manuel Osborne-Paradis was thinking of a way to give back to the sport, he decided on working with Alpine Canada trainer Jamie McCartney to produce a training video for young racers. by JIM MORRIS from December 2015 issue “A lot of ski clubs maybe don’t have a trainer or a … More »

Ski Cross Controversy

How a crease in the French racers’ pants led to a unique Olympic protest. by JANET LOVE MORRISON in the Fall 2014 issue At the Sochi Winter Olympics last February four appeals were taken to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). One of those appeals involved Canada. This one was matchless. The CAS is … More »

Sochi 2014 * Ski Cross

Alex Bilodeau’s gold medal in Vancouver four years ago generated new interest in non-traditional Olympic ski events. Vicki Hall offers insight into the athletes of the five freestyle disciplines who could become the next Lords of the Rings. in the December 2013 issue Chris Del Bosco failed to win a medal at the 2010 Winter … More »

CAST ADRIFT

The sudden departure of Alpine Canada’s president Max Gartner prior to the Olympics left as many unanswered questions as Ken Read’s surprise resignation before him. by George Koch in December 2013 issue For Canada’s alpine skiers, the road to the 2014 Olympic Winter Games has been as muddy and tortuous as the coastal forests that … More »

Life Beyond the Gates

by Tobias c van Veen from Spring 2012 issue What happens to racers after they’ve hung up their skis? It’s a question that a lot of athletes either avoid or don’t even consider. As recently retired Canadian cyclone-on-skis Britt Janyk points out, planning an exit strategy from the World Cup never really occurred to her. “I found it really difficult to think … More »

Short Turns: Fall 2010

A Hard Day’s Night If skiing non-stop for 24 hours straight sounds exhausting, you can always team up with friends and alternate relay-style like thousands of others do at Tremblant every year. December 10 is a fitting date to commemorate the 10th anniversary of eastern North America’s biggest fundraising ski event. Three days of festivities … More »

Best of Skiing in Canada 2009

Good, better, best… We think the 2009 Best of Skiing issue is more than just the best this country has to offer, in fact, it’s better than ever! Over an entire year, we’ve polled readers, writers, photographers, mountain guides, instructors, coaches, industry experts and even weather-obsessed farmers across this land—in provinces and territories even Stephen … More »

RYAN REPORT – Alpine Canada names Olympic ski cross team

On Jan.22 Alpine Canada announced the ski cross team. Top Canadian finishers at the weekend races, Kevin Drury and Kelsey Serwa, (both finished fourth) made the team. Also on their way to PyeongChang, South Korea are Chris Del Bosco, David Duncan, Brady Leman and Ian Deans. For the women, India Sherret, Marielle Thompson and Tiana … More »

Join the Club

On the eve of the 2016-17 World Cup season in October, President and CEO Mark Rubenstein of Alpine Canada, which oversees the national Alpine, Ski Cross and Para-alpine ski racing teams, launched Club ACA, a fan-inspired loyalty program. It’s free to enroll and members benefit from numerous perks from the club’s founding partners, including  Helly … More »

Marie-Michèle Gagnon

The Canadian members of the ladies’ ski team are inspiring role models and a marketer’s dream. Racking up podiums and top-10 results on the World Cup circuit this year, the girls are stepping out of the well-branded Americans’ and Europeans’ shadows. Alpine Canada’s Communications Manager Ashley Shantz said the team is making extra PR efforts … More »

Manny O-P workout

When national ski team member Manuel Osborne-Paradis was thinking of a way to give back to the sport, he decided on working with Alpine Canada trainer Jamie McCartney to produce a training video for young racers. by JIM MORRIS from December 2015 issue “A lot of ski clubs maybe don’t have a trainer or a … More »

Ski Cross Controversy

How a crease in the French racers’ pants led to a unique Olympic protest. by JANET LOVE MORRISON in the Fall 2014 issue At the Sochi Winter Olympics last February four appeals were taken to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). One of those appeals involved Canada. This one was matchless. The CAS is … More »

Sochi 2014 * Ski Cross

Alex Bilodeau’s gold medal in Vancouver four years ago generated new interest in non-traditional Olympic ski events. Vicki Hall offers insight into the athletes of the five freestyle disciplines who could become the next Lords of the Rings. in the December 2013 issue Chris Del Bosco failed to win a medal at the 2010 Winter … More »

CAST ADRIFT

The sudden departure of Alpine Canada’s president Max Gartner prior to the Olympics left as many unanswered questions as Ken Read’s surprise resignation before him. by George Koch in December 2013 issue For Canada’s alpine skiers, the road to the 2014 Olympic Winter Games has been as muddy and tortuous as the coastal forests that … More »

Life Beyond the Gates

by Tobias c van Veen from Spring 2012 issue What happens to racers after they’ve hung up their skis? It’s a question that a lot of athletes either avoid or don’t even consider. As recently retired Canadian cyclone-on-skis Britt Janyk points out, planning an exit strategy from the World Cup never really occurred to her. “I found it really difficult to think … More »

Short Turns: Fall 2010

A Hard Day’s Night If skiing non-stop for 24 hours straight sounds exhausting, you can always team up with friends and alternate relay-style like thousands of others do at Tremblant every year. December 10 is a fitting date to commemorate the 10th anniversary of eastern North America’s biggest fundraising ski event. Three days of festivities … More »

Best of Skiing in Canada 2009

Good, better, best… We think the 2009 Best of Skiing issue is more than just the best this country has to offer, in fact, it’s better than ever! Over an entire year, we’ve polled readers, writers, photographers, mountain guides, instructors, coaches, industry experts and even weather-obsessed farmers across this land—in provinces and territories even Stephen … More »

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Just $3.75 an issue!

1 year (4 issues) for $15 + tax!

Outside Canada?