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Après-Axe: Embrace your Canadian self and throw an axe

January 18, 2018  |   Features

Trade your ski gear for plaid flannel and embrace your inner lumberjack at Forged Axe Throwing, Whistler’s newest way to après. Book an hour-long drop-in session for up to 10 people to learn some basic axe-throwing techniques, then work out your lift line frustrations by chucking axes at a bulls-eye. ...
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RISING STAR: Lewis Irving emerges

January 17, 2018  |   Features

Canadian freestyle aerialist Lewis Irving claimed his first World Cup medal in Secret Garden, China, on the aerials site for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games. Ski Television was there.
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GUIDE TO KITZBUHEL: S-Media at the Hahnenkamm

January 16, 2018  |   Features

It’s Christmas week in Kitzbühel, Austria, this week. No, not the kind with Old St. Nick climbing down chimneys lugging gifts. This holiday week celebrates the world of speed, snow, and a jagged strip of mountainside that hosts an annual  downhill race named after the rippled comb on a rooster’s ...
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US skier Shiffrin set to make Olympic golds dream a reality

January 8, 2018  |   Features

Four years ago Mikaela Shiffrin had a “crazy” dream of winning five gold medals at the 2018 Olympics. That aim is seeming less and less unrealistic. Just after becoming the youngest ever Olympic slalom champion at the Sochi Games, the then 18-year-old Shiffrin dreamed aloud “of the next Olympics (and) ...
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PHOTO GALLERY: Kingsbury wins WC in Calgary

January 7, 2018  |   Features

CALGARY — Canada’s Mikael Kingsbury won gold in the men’s moguls competition Saturday at the Calgary Freestyle World Cup, while Justine Dufour-Lapointe of Montreal won bronze in the women’s competition. Kingsbury, from Deux-Montagnes, Que., has earned 67 medals — including 46 gold — in 84 World Cup starts, finished ahead of Kazakhstan’s Dmitriy Reikherd and Australia’s Matt Graham ...
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