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Air force wins four World Cup medals

Canadians earn one gold, two silver and one bronze at Whistler World Cup When commenting on the Canadian Freestyle Ski Team’s medal hopefuls in the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Team Leader Todd Allison said there wasn’t one or two medal hopef

Skinny skiers brave cold for loppet

It was 15 degrees below zero, but you wouldn’t know it by all the polypropylene/Lycra tights.

Olympic team announced

Whistler athletes, coaches named to Team Canada The qualification period for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah, officially ended on Jan.

Janyk podiums for development team

There could be two Janyks on the Canadian Alpine Ski Team next year. In a FIS super G in Innerkrems, Austria, on Jan.

First Nordic ‘Shuffle’ a success

Teams, solo skinny skiers shuffle over 80 km in four hours Cross country skiing is widely considered to be one of the best activities for your health. It builds muscle tone, core strength, and cardiovascular fitness.

Loppet enters 25th year

One of Whistler’s longest and most enduring traditions, the Fairmont Chateau Whistler Cup Cross Country Ski Loppet, turns 25 this year.

Race series continues with GS

The sun was shining and the conditions were rock hard for the third giant slalom and fourth race of the Kokanee Valley Race Series on Blackcomb on Jan. 17.

Going for Gold

Canadians on various podiums, including Miss Europa Cup

Whistler skiers dominate coast competition

Skiers from the Whistler Mountain Ski Club dominated the Merrill Lynch Coast Zone competitions at Mt. Washington last weekend, with both K2 (ages 11 and 12) and J1 (ages 13 and 14) racers participating. In the men’s giant slalom on Jan.

Simard earns first podium at Berchtesgaden

Forsyth seventh Canadian Alpine Ski Team member Genvieve Simard had a career day on Jan. 19, capturing the first World Cup medal of her career in Berchtesgaden, Germany, and stepping up to Canada’s second World Cup podium of the season.