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Sunday , 22 July 2018

Long, long before Nancy Greene learned to ski on the hills of one of Canada’s most iconic ski destinations – Red Mountain – Scandinavian miners introduced skiing to the area and the hardcore locals. A tradition and vibe that continues today.
Segment: Origin of stoke

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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Cary Mullen: Life after the national team – in Mexico

January 4, 2018  |   Features

As one of the world’s best alpine ski racers in the early 1990s, Cary Mullen took on a somewhat unusual challenge – working towards his Realtor’s license in Alberta. Real estate was something he picked up from his schoolteacher parents, who also bought, fixed up and sold properties. “By the time ...
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