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Jan. 28-29 Whistler Valley Snowboard Club riders earned five medals in their first provincial event of the season.
Jan. 29 Whistler Dale Begg-Smith, who competes for Australia, finished second in a World Cup dual moguls competition, his best result to date.
Jan. 30 Skier Robbie Dixon was selected to represent Canada at the 2005 World Junior Championships.
Jan. 30 The Peak to Valley Race was postponed to March 11-12 due to the lack of snow.
Feb. 3-6 The WMSC FIS team won nine medals at Apex.
Feb. 3-5 Huere Darquier, an Argentinian who teaches skiing in Whistler, finished second in the U.S. Freeskiing Nationals.
Feb 11-12 The Blackcomb Freestyle Ski Club won nine medals in three events.
Feb. 17-19 Six Whistler skiers and snowboarders took part in the Sports Illustrated For Kids Next Snow Search in Keystone Colorado. Logan Pehota, just nine years old at the time, was the only skier to qualify for the Next Snow Team after leading his age category. The other competitors who qualified for the finals at a Whistler test event in January were Garrett Milan, Simon Louwe, Keltie Hicks, Bryan Bowles and Brin Alexander.
Feb. 19 Whistler runner Duncan Munro finished first in his category in the 10 km Grouse Mountain Snowshoe Classic, running without snowshoes.
Feb. 25-26 Several Whistler and WVSC athletes took park in a provincial snowboard contest at home. Finding the podium were local riders Robert DiBari, Lisa Mason, Brin Alexander, Steve Kopyt, Tamo Campos, Hajime Takemura, Andrew Jackson, Brian Bowles, Vincent Ligeti, Francois Ligeti,
Feb. 25-27 The Whistler Mountain Ski Club hosted the annual Parsons Memorial and Enquist Slalom, dominating at home. In the Enquist Slalom Whistler athletes won 11 out of 12 podium spots in two days.
Feb. 26 Whistler mogul skier Syliva Kerfoot cracked the top-10 in the moguls event, her best result of the season after a head and back injury in training. That helped her to qualify for the world championships.
Feb. 26 Snowboarder Crispin Lipscomb finished second and Mercedes Nicoll won two bronze medals at a World Cup in Korea.
Feb. 27 The second annual ReMax Sea to Sky Hockey Challenge took place in Whistler, helping to raise $50,000 for elite and high performance athletes through the PacificSport PodiumFund. The Whistler game was entertaining, coming down to a shoot-out after a 6-6 draw.
Feb. 28 Tyler Mosher, who is hoping to compete at home in the 2010 Paralympic Games in cross-country and possibly snowboarding, won the Harry Jerome Comeback Award presented by Sport B.C.
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