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Saturday , 24 February 2018

Marie-Michèle Gagnon has been consistently one of Canada’s top performers on the World Cup. Here 2018 Olympic Games hopes were dashed when a knee injury sidelined her but her story is much more than one moment in time. Her focus is on the future. Here’s her story.

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SKI TIPS 2018: Regaining your centre

February 20, 2018  |   Features

“Skiing centred is the foundation of all ski tips and where you’re going to find the best results,” say’s Ski Tips host Edith Rozsa. Check out these suggestions to regain and reclaim that elusive centred and balanced position.
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SKI TV: Cypress Mountain – Introducing new host Julia Murray

February 13, 2018  |   Features

For Julia Murray, the newest addition to the host lineup with Ski Television, coming back to Cypress Mountain was a nostalgic adventure. Now a few years removed from her World Cup ski cross career, Julia revisited the 2010 Winter Olympic ski cross hill while showing viewers why this urban mountain ...
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DIGGING DEEP: 2018 Olympic alpine team preview

February 8, 2018  |   Features

With high hopes and ambitions, Canada’s alpine team enters the Olympic races set to begin this weekend in PyeongChang, with confidence. If Manny Osborne-Paradis’ first training run was any indication, they could be in for a battle against the world’s best.
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