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RYAN REPORT – She jumps, she turns, she skis

Need an excuse to rally the ladies for a day of skiing? How about the International Women’s Ski Day, Saturday January 20. Skiing is a male dominated sport. Guys make up more than their 50 percent share of people in lift lines and are the vast majority of those employed in the industry. IWSD is … More »

My 28-Minute Downhill

Rob Boyd

Women’s head coach Rob Boyd helped Leslie Woit cut her time in half on Whistler’s Dave Murray Downhill It’s three kilometres of ultra-steep, stomach-churning drops and ligament-snapping compressions—a racecourse that helps provide the most exciting two minutes of the Winter Olympics. With all the crash-addled eyes of the world about to fix on every nasty … More »

Women and skis 2010

Women and Skis Manufacturers have picked sides in the debate. And they all agree: yes, women are different from men. Theirs is a biological argument, claiming a woman’s centre of mass is anatomically much lower than a man’s. Thus the all-important and complex issues of stance and ski geometry need reviewing. Several industrial corollaries, or … More »

RYAN REPORT – She jumps, she turns, she skis

Need an excuse to rally the ladies for a day of skiing? How about the International Women’s Ski Day, Saturday January 20. Skiing is a male dominated sport. Guys make up more than their 50 percent share of people in lift lines and are the vast majority of those employed in the industry. IWSD is … More »

My 28-Minute Downhill

Rob Boyd

Women’s head coach Rob Boyd helped Leslie Woit cut her time in half on Whistler’s Dave Murray Downhill It’s three kilometres of ultra-steep, stomach-churning drops and ligament-snapping compressions—a racecourse that helps provide the most exciting two minutes of the Winter Olympics. With all the crash-addled eyes of the world about to fix on every nasty … More »

Women and skis 2010

Women and Skis Manufacturers have picked sides in the debate. And they all agree: yes, women are different from men. Theirs is a biological argument, claiming a woman’s centre of mass is anatomically much lower than a man’s. Thus the all-important and complex issues of stance and ski geometry need reviewing. Several industrial corollaries, or … More »

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