Are you looking to make smoother turns? Edith Rozsa breaks down how understanding the shape of your turns can help you find the perfect rhythm on the hills.
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.
Whether you're on a green slope or a black diamond, or on your first run of the day or your last - Edith Rozsa shows us how to find the centre of your skis to create better turns.
Deep in the BC interior, Edith Rozsa goes on a Monashee Powder Snowcat adventure, experiencing seemingly bottomless powder and endless terrain.
Edith hits the slopes at Lake Louise and shows us the importance of understanding the shapes of your skis to maximise their potential.
With the season well under way, the Canadian Alpine Ski Team set out their goals for this season and beyond.
There’s nothing quite like a sunny day after a snow storm at Big White when the ski area’s snow ghosts appear in all their glory. Josh Foster shows off this BC resort’s green runs, steeps, perfect glades, and champagne powder.
Get a great pair of goggles for flat light, choose a treeline for better definition and visibility and lastly drag your pole and tap the tail of your ski for reference points.
Last year, Mikaël Kingsbury passed Edgar Grospiron to become the winingest skier in the history of the sport. As he continues to add to his record with win after win. Is Kingsbury’s title of most all time wins untouchable?
As the father of two elite competitors on the Canadian Freestyle Ski Team, Patrice Gagnon volunteers for Val Ste. Come, QC’s organizing committee to make its annual World Cup event a reality.