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Featured Video: Ski TV 2017: Martha Lee crushes some pow with NFL legend Drew Bledsoe

Martha Lee had an interesting ski companion for a few runs at Mt. Bachelor, Oregon, recently. This “big, beautiful and kind specimen of humanity … was really fun to ski with, I was blown away,” the Ski TV host said. Bledsoe, who played 14 seasons in the NFL, mostly as the starting quarterback for the New England Patriots, had a little secret hobby and passion on the side during his pro football career … skiing. And in particular, Mt. Bachelor. Check out the story and this faster-than-you’d-think Mt. Bachelor skier.

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SKI TV Teaser! Mt. Bachelor, Oregon

February 17, 2017  |   Features

Ski TV this weekend! Check your local broadcast listings on Rogers Sportsnet or here. A winter playground choice for many, Mt. Bachelor is located in the Central Cascades and boasts over 360 inches of light, dry powder snow annually. Often on the “best-places-to-live” lists, Bend is an artsy resort town in the ...
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Ski TV 2017: “View from the Top” @ Mt. Hood, Oregon

February 16, 2017  |   Features

Martha Lee and the S-Media crew visited Oregon to tackle Volcano skiing at its finest. The highest mountain in Oregon – and one known in the ski racing community for its summer training – is a mammoth in the winter with nearly 18 kilometres of skiable terrain.
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Ski TV 2017: Rediscovery @ Whistler-Blackcomb

January 17, 2017  |   Featured Video

Whistler is many things to many people. For Ski TV host Larisa Yurkiw, in her first visit back to Whistler since retiring from World Cup racing in 2016, it was an opportunity to “get lost” and explore the mountains, village and lifestyle surrounding Whistler.
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SKI TELEVISION’S NEW LOOK

December 9, 2016  |   Featured Video

Ski TV host Martha Lee, cinematographer David Stewart and producer Mark Kristofic teamed up in the beautiful Austrian village of Sölden, Austria, the annual host to the alpine FIS World Cup opening events.
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