Monday , 20 February 2017

For this installment of Ski Tips, Edith Rozsa show us the art of utilizing every square inch of the mountain to improve and practice technique.

The art of overcoming failure, by Andi Naude

February 20, 2017  |   Features

“Do not judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.” – Nelson Mandela. This quote by South Africa’s first black president has stuck with me ever since I first saw it written on a school whiteboard. As an athlete, I ...
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SKI TV Teaser! Mt. Bachelor, Oregon

February 17, 2017  |   Features

Ski TV this weekend! Check your local broadcast listings on Rogers Sportsnet or here. A winter playground choice for many, Mt. Bachelor is located in the Central Cascades and boasts over 360 inches of light, dry powder snow annually. Often on the “best-places-to-live” lists, Bend is an artsy resort town in the ...
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IT TAKES A VILLAGE: The making of a Freestyle World Cup

February 17, 2017  |   Features

Hosting a Freestyle World Cup event is no simple task. Well over 100 volunteers in the Calgary area pitch in their time and energy each year to execute a top-quality event at Canada Olympic Park. Ski TV had a behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of all levels of volunteerism ...
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Building a new future – Canmore entrepreneurs tackle the ski industry, one ski build at a time

February 15, 2017  |   Features

Zuckerberg, Jobs, Spiegel. Internet entrepreneur names you likely recognize as visionaries who have shaped our current lives. How about Max Flowerday and Sam McEwan? These two Alberta-based ski industry entrepreneurs, who traded in their high paying oil and gas jobs to enter the hand-crafted ski manufacturing business, are learning the ...
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LARISA IN ST. MORITZ – Reflections from the other side

February 14, 2017  |   Features

My trip has ended and my mind is blown. What a brilliantly different experience I had in St. Moritz, Switzerland, this time around. Audi Canada brought me to the FIS Alpine World Championships to be on the other side of the fence; to receive a formal education in other aspects ...
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