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.
February 6, 2017 | Features
AS A LIFELONG SKIER, I’VE BEEN CONDITIONED TO SALIVATE AT THE SOUND OF CERTAIN WORDS. Like Pavlov’s mutt, I start drooling the moment someone even whispers, “powder day,” “first chair,” or, “first tracks.” Living here in Quebec, there are two other words that never fail to whet my whistle: “bon ...
January 31, 2017 | Featured Video
The Canadian halfpipe team continues to be a dominant force on the international scene. Ski TV caught up with head coach Trennon Paynter and athletes Noah Bowman – who finished third in last week’s X Games superpipe – and Simon D’artois earlier this season.
January 30, 2017 | Features
NORMALLY PUKING MY GUTS OUT IS NOT PART OF MY BLUEBIRD SKI DAY EXPERIENCE, but it almost happened a few weeks ago at the most terrifying and steep men’s downhill start gate I’ve ever had the “good” fortune of seeing up close and personal. On assignment in glamorous St. Moritz, ...
January 25, 2017 | Featured Video
Alpine World Cup veteran Manuel Osborne-Paradis has a renewed focus and determination to get back on the podium. With tactical training, a few equipment adjustments and lessons learned from over a decade on the world tour, the North Vancouver skier appears ready to reconnect with the podium.
January 23, 2017 | Features
THE QUEST FOR GENDER PARITY IS NOT RESTRICTED TO THE CORPORATE WORLD. The ski industry is also full of examples of preferential treatment of men over women. From sponsorship deals to representation in the workforce, women are often treated like Snowblades: occasionally ridiculed, sometimes ignored and always the short stick. While ...