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Details set for legendary Couloir Extreme

The Kokanee Couloir Extreme is billed as the steepest giant slalom race on the planet, challenging skiers, boarders and telemarkers to make it from the lip of the Couloir to the base of Jersey Cream – 2,500 vertical feet of thigh-burning hell &#

Whistler Winterhawks Lions Gate League champions

A new banner is proudly hanging from the rafters of the Meadow Park Sports Centre arena, courtesy of the Whistler’s Atom Winterhawks – this year’s Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association’s (PCAHA) Lions Gate League playoff champi

Routley cycles way onto junior and factory teams

It hasn’t even started yet and already 2001 has been a banner year in mountain biking for Whistler’s own Will Routley.

Whistler skiers strong in memorial downhill

The Bob Parsons Memorial Downhill has been a Whistler fixture since 1980, giving young racers from the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island an opportunity to compete in a real downhill on a real downhill course.

Kids baseball registration

Monday, April 2 & Tuesday April 10 at Myrtle Philip school, 6:30-8 p.m. Division Age as Dec. 31/01 Schedule Cost Information T-ball 5-6 years mixed Wed 5-6pm $30 Starts May 2, 5 p.m.

Grouse Mountain to host mountain bike triple World Cup

It seems that Whistler’s loss is Grouse Mountain’s gain.

Atomiccross Results

With a few exceptions it was a whole new field of skiers and boarders in the medals at the second Atomiccross on March 8. In the women’s snowboard bracket, the top four were Emily Thomas, Cori Olafson, Danah Besson and Kerry Martin.

Canadian women strong in World Cup finals

Canada’s Melanie Turgeon finished the season on a note only dogs can hear with a silver medal performance in the super-G at the World Cup finals in Are, Sweden, on March 9. It wasn’t easy.

Skiers, boarders aim high in slopestyle

The second of four Nike Snowboard Series Slopestyle events went off on March 10, a mix of the valley’s best snowboarders and some impressive new school skiers.

Valley race series results

Under gray skies and falling snow the Kokanee Valley Race Series continued last weekend with a 29-gate super-G on Lower Cruiser. In the women’s races, Grace Oakes won the Over 60 category, crossing the line in 1 minute 31.86 seconds.
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