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John Eaves

Ski Canada @ 50 – Canadian Badasses

From Verbier and Chamonix to Baffin Island and Mount Waddington, Canada’s most compelling ski stories often take place thousands of kilometres from the closest condo hot tub or high-speed chairlift. That harsh line dividing sun and shadow can make the difference between a sublime descent and pure survival skiing. Pat Morrow: Kimberley, B.C., born and … More »

Your Run – Buyer’s Guide 2014

Ovaltine shaken, not stirred » Marty McLennan’s interview with John Eaves (“The Great Canadian Fall Guy,” December 2012) brought back some memories. My old neighbour and friend Mike Godfrey was on the World Cup “Hot Dog” tour around the same time as John Eaves. While John was doubling for James Bond, Mike was skiing in … More »

The Great Canadian Fall Guy

It wasn’t James Bond who made it look easy, it was stuntman JOHN EAVES by Marty McLennan in December 2012 issue He was brought up by skiing legends (his mother, Rhoda Wurtele, and aunt, Rhona Wurtele, were Canada’s first Olympic female skiers), he won a combined six World Championships in two different freestyle skiing disciplines, … More »

John Eaves

Ski Canada @ 50 – Canadian Badasses

From Verbier and Chamonix to Baffin Island and Mount Waddington, Canada’s most compelling ski stories often take place thousands of kilometres from the closest condo hot tub or high-speed chairlift. That harsh line dividing sun and shadow can make the difference between a sublime descent and pure survival skiing. Pat Morrow: Kimberley, B.C., born and … More »

Your Run – Buyer’s Guide 2014

Ovaltine shaken, not stirred » Marty McLennan’s interview with John Eaves (“The Great Canadian Fall Guy,” December 2012) brought back some memories. My old neighbour and friend Mike Godfrey was on the World Cup “Hot Dog” tour around the same time as John Eaves. While John was doubling for James Bond, Mike was skiing in … More »

The Great Canadian Fall Guy

It wasn’t James Bond who made it look easy, it was stuntman JOHN EAVES by Marty McLennan in December 2012 issue He was brought up by skiing legends (his mother, Rhoda Wurtele, and aunt, Rhona Wurtele, were Canada’s first Olympic female skiers), he won a combined six World Championships in two different freestyle skiing disciplines, … More »

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