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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.

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Legendary Canadian cross country skier Pierre Harvey talks past and future of skiing

November 29, 2017  |   Features

Long before Marielle Thompson, Erik Guay, Justine Dufour-Lapointe and others stole our hearts with their winning smiles and Olympic triumphs, a strapping young Pierre Harvey captured our collective imagination when he became the first Canadian to compete in both the Olympic Summer and Winter Games, and the first North American to ...
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CLUB PROFILE: Georgian Peaks Club getting a jump on the season

November 29, 2017  |   Features

How sweet would it be to train on perfect terrain in the pre-season, alongside Canada’s best skiers. This exact scenario played out for the Georgian Peaks Club recently in Copper Mountain, Colorado. Canada’s two World Cup leaders Erik Guay and Manny-Osborne Paradis were arms length (or less) away from the ...
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Panorama goes big, adds massive terrain for 2018

November 18, 2017  |   Features

PANORAMA MOUNTAIN RESORT RECENTLY ADDED NEW TERRAIN AND GOT MUCH BIGGER IN THE PROCESS. The new area boasts four huge new double-black lines, making it an additional 256 feet and 128 acres of leg burning terrain in the Taynton Bowl. The addition of the new zone puts Panorama in the ...
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GEORGIA SIMMERLING: Canada’s Olympic machine

November 15, 2017  |   Features

The first Canadian athlete to compete in three different sports at three Olympic Games (alpine in 2010, ski cross in 2014 and track cycling in 2016), Georgia Simmerling is now focused on her fourth at Pyeongchang in February 2018.
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