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Two Canadian’s in combined top 10

Good things may come in threes, but Kjetil Andre Aamodt’s third consecutive combined win in a World Championship was just ridiculous. Norway’s Aamodt managed to stay ahead of the younger and more aggressive Austrian skiers in the Feb.

Two Canadian's in combined top 10

Good things may come in threes, but Kjetil Andre Aamodt’s third consecutive combined win in a World Championship was just ridiculous. Norway’s Aamodt managed to stay ahead of the younger and more aggressive Austrian skiers in the Feb.

Four golds for Canada in X Games.

The fifth annual Winter X Games at Mount Snow, Vermont, were primarily an American affair, with the odd foreigner scooping up a medal here and there.

Brydon injured, Turgeon flustered at world championships

Less than four days after finishing seventh in the women’s combined event at the World Ski Championships in St. Anton, Austria, Emily Brydon’s rookie season ended with a crash in a soft snow section of the downhill.

Tourism Whistler secures prestigious American Junior Golf Association tournament

Whistler Golf Club To Host AJGA's Future Links Junior Series Tournament August 20-23, 2001 The Whistler Golf Club has secured the American Junior Golf Association's prestigious Future Links Tournament, Aug. 20-23, 2001.

STORM BC taking it to the next level

Last year was a breakthrough year for the Single Track Off Road Mountain Bike Club, or STORMBC – a Whistler-based club with over 35 young members, between the ages of seven and 18.

Whistler skiers strong in Pontiac Cup

More than 100 skiers from Canada and the U.S. took part in the Pontiac GMC Cup racing series at Apex Resort last week, a five-day contest featuring both downhill and super-G disciplines. The B.C.

Wild Willies repeats in Peak to Valley race

Judging by the style and fit of the some of the ski suits, several generations of former alpine racers were represented at the annual ICBC Peak to Valley Race last weekend.

Weasels wanted for Nor-Am races

The Whistler 2001 Nor-Am Race Committee is looking for 200 to 300 Weasels, the kind that can set gates, plant fences and generally help run the nine Ingle Nor-am races scheduled from Feb. 26 to March 5 on Whistler Mountain.

Canadians Invade U.S. Freeskiing Nationals

SNOWBIRD, UTAH — A medial meniscus tear in my right knee has left me skiing at around 90 per cent, about 10 per cent short of what it takes to ski in an IFSA world tour event among the finest powder shredding, bomb dropping hucksters.