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ICYMI in Whistler: local man wants to bring ride-sharing back to town

Hallie Clarke wins record-breaking gold medal; Robbin McKinney shares his love of cycling
Sea to Sky highway -- Highway 99
Highway 99 on a sunny day.

Before heading into the weekend, let's take a look at your roundup of Sea to Sky current events.

The Whistle! ride-share service has been out of commission since January, but local man Tyler Eardley has a plan to fill the void in the market.

Hallie Clarke is now the youngest woman ever to win a skeleton World Championship.

Veteran bike guide Robbin McKinney will speak on Sunday about the joys of cycling trips.

Claire Benson and Holden Wilson earned biathlon bronze medals at the BC Winter Games.

"Point of View: Altered Photographic Perspectives" is now live at the Maury Young Arts Centre.

Follow this link for a glance at the weekend's weather and snow conditions (spoiler alert, rain and snow are on their way).

Keep it locked to Pique Newsmagazine for the latest headlines. Email us at bdupuis@wplpmedia.com if you've got a tip.