By:Kade Krichko / Posted on Friday, April 18, 2014
All the news fit for skiing the week ending April 18, 2014.
By:Matt Hansen / Posted on Thursday, April 17, 2014
Unintended side effects of such snug-fitting sex props included herpes, camel toe, and the dreaded moose knuckle, which reared its ugly head every time a skier bent over to buckle his boots or performed an aggressive daffy.
By:John Stifter / Posted on Wednesday, April 16, 2014
It seemed like a hostile siege of the prominent big mountain tour, with so many questions outstanding as to how FWT Management, who owns the brand Freeride World Tour that started in 2008 and exclusive marketing rights, could legally make these decisions without consulting their North American counterpart that has produced big mountain contests since 1998.
By:Kade Krichko / Posted on Tuesday, April 15, 2014
One year ago today, Marc Fucarile stood among thousands of other spectators near the Boston Marathon finish line. When two bombs turned one of the most celebrated 400 yards in road racing into a war zone, Fucarile’s life changed forever.
By:Porter Fox / Posted on Monday, April 14, 2014
When it comes to the future of snow—and more importantly, the future of skiing—Daniel Scott is the man with the answers. Or, at least, the man with the possibilities. Will the Northeast have snow in 30 years? No. Will Colorado? Yes.