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Mogul Stars

Q&A with Mikaël Kingsbury and Chloé Dufour-Lapointe. When a coveted FIS Crystal Globe lands in Canadian hands for overall season results, it’s kind of a big deal. When both the men’s and ladies’ World Cup mogul champions are from home soil, it’s reason to celebrate.     Ski Canada: Congratulations to both of you! How did you … More »

Paralympics Sochi 2014

by Jim Morris in the Winter 2014 issue They have travelled different roads, but Para-Alpine skiers Kimberly Joines and Mac Marcoux hope to arrive at a similar destination during the 2014 Paralympic Games in Sochi March 7-16. Joines and Marcoux are the bookends on a Canadian Paralympic ski team that will combine youthful enthusiasm with … More »

What’s a medal worth?

Judged vs. timed sports: the value of Olympic gold. by George Koch in the Winter 2014 issue “Millions, we’re talking millions here.” The late, great U.S. downhill racer Bill Johnson’s notoriety stemmed largely from this widely circulated quote—he insisted it was a misquote—about the value of his Olympic gold medal at Sarajevo. Many will recoil at … 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 »

Sochi 2014 – Best Bets in Alpine Racing

Four years ago one of the best-trained, well-funded alpine ski teams Canada had ever produced headed to the 2010 Winter Olympics with the goal of winning three medals. That podium promise turned into disappointment when the best results were a pair of 5th-place finishes by Erik Guay. By Jim Morris in December 2013 issue  * … More »

Chasing down Manuel Osborne-Paradis

Sochi 2014 by Jim Morris in Fall 2013 issue Risk versus reward. It’s something we all contemplate, whether it’s a complicated business venture or simply deciding if the chance of getting a speeding ticket makes it worth driving that little bit faster. Often the greater the risk, the bigger the reward—but the penalty for failure … More »

Mogul Stars

Q&A with Mikaël Kingsbury and Chloé Dufour-Lapointe. When a coveted FIS Crystal Globe lands in Canadian hands for overall season results, it’s kind of a big deal. When both the men’s and ladies’ World Cup mogul champions are from home soil, it’s reason to celebrate.     Ski Canada: Congratulations to both of you! How did you … More »

Paralympics Sochi 2014

by Jim Morris in the Winter 2014 issue They have travelled different roads, but Para-Alpine skiers Kimberly Joines and Mac Marcoux hope to arrive at a similar destination during the 2014 Paralympic Games in Sochi March 7-16. Joines and Marcoux are the bookends on a Canadian Paralympic ski team that will combine youthful enthusiasm with … More »

What’s a medal worth?

Judged vs. timed sports: the value of Olympic gold. by George Koch in the Winter 2014 issue “Millions, we’re talking millions here.” The late, great U.S. downhill racer Bill Johnson’s notoriety stemmed largely from this widely circulated quote—he insisted it was a misquote—about the value of his Olympic gold medal at Sarajevo. Many will recoil at … 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 »

Sochi 2014 – Best Bets in Alpine Racing

Four years ago one of the best-trained, well-funded alpine ski teams Canada had ever produced headed to the 2010 Winter Olympics with the goal of winning three medals. That podium promise turned into disappointment when the best results were a pair of 5th-place finishes by Erik Guay. By Jim Morris in December 2013 issue  * … More »

Chasing down Manuel Osborne-Paradis

Sochi 2014 by Jim Morris in Fall 2013 issue Risk versus reward. It’s something we all contemplate, whether it’s a complicated business venture or simply deciding if the chance of getting a speeding ticket makes it worth driving that little bit faster. Often the greater the risk, the bigger the reward—but the penalty for failure … More »

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