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Whistler Sliding Centre to host Luge World Cup Dec. 9-10

Whistler Sliding Centre to host Luge World Cup Dec. 9-10

Trinity Ellis, Caitlin Nash and Natalie Corless will represent the Sea to Sky on track
Whistler skier Jack Crawford wins milestone World Cup bronze

Whistler skier Jack Crawford wins milestone World Cup bronze

Achieves first career FIS World Cup downhill medal in Beaver Creek
Vancouver event raises $40,000 to help kids get into organized sports

Vancouver event raises $40,000 to help kids get into organized sports

Their first in-person gala since the pandemic began was a smashing success
Whistler ski instructor Otto Kamstra inducted into CSIA Hall of Fame

Whistler ski instructor Otto Kamstra inducted into CSIA Hall of Fame

The former ski-school head credits others for helping him build his impressive career
Prince George snowboarders set to kick off FIS World Cup season

Prince George snowboarders set to kick off FIS World Cup season

Meryeta O'Dine, Evan Bichon and Colby Graham will race in snowboard cross Dec. 3
Team Canada captures four-man bobsleigh bronze in Whistler

Team Canada captures four-man bobsleigh bronze in Whistler

Vancouver Islander Cyrus Gray placed third with Taylor Austin, Davidson de Souza and Shaquille Murray-Lawrence
Canadian bobsledders race to ground-breaking podium in Whistler

Canadian bobsledders race to ground-breaking podium in Whistler

Bianca Ribi, Cynthia Appiah win gold and silver in IBSF World Cup monobob at Whistler Sliding Centre
IBSF World Cup action returns to Whistler at a pivotal moment for sliding sports

IBSF World Cup action returns to Whistler at a pivotal moment for sliding sports

Canadian bobsleigh, skeleton and luge athletes hope to rebuild momentum after dramatic changes at Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton
Whistler Olympic Park fully operational for cross-country skiing

Whistler Olympic Park fully operational for cross-country skiing

Cross-country skiing available 7 days a week beginning Dec. 1
World Cup spirit alive and well in Whistler

World Cup spirit alive and well in Whistler

Lively crowd comes out to Tapley’s to watch Canada’s first World Cup match in 36 years
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