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Begg-Smith goes Bigg

The first official International Ski Federation (FIS) Big Air event belonged to Whistler’s Dale Begg-Smith, an experienced mogul competitor and a strong national team prospect.

Titus crowned Canadian XC champion

Pemberton’s Kevin Titus, the fastest Master class runner in B.C., became the fastest Master in Canada after winning the Canadian Cross Country Championships in Toronto last weekend.

European downhillers dominate at Lake Louise

The highlight reel of the Lake Louise Café de Colombia Alpine Ski World Cup will have few surprises – Hermann Maier celebrating a victory in the finish circle; smiling Austrians on the top of the podium; a Canadian racer crashing into the

Canadians expected to be in contention at snowboard World Cup

Many of the best snowboarders in the universe will converge on Blackcomb next weekend to compete for prize money, pride, and crucial FIS points, redeemable for a chance at Olympic glory at Salt Lake City in 2002.

Rocket Rally wins North American championships

Rocket Rally Racing finished its first full rally car season in first place with a convincing win at the Rally of the Tall Pines in Bancroft, Ontario, last weekend in the last event of Canadian season.

The Hermanator wins 30th World Cup race at Lake Louise

After finishing a disappointing 15 th in Saturday’s downhill, Austria’s Hermann "The Hermanator" Maier re-established his dominance on the World Cup circuit with a convincing win in Sunday’s super G.

Whistlerite wins B.C. orienteering championship

After two days of running around the woods around Logan Lake outside of Kamloops, Whistler’s Marie-Catherin Bruno finally emerged to become the new B.C. orienteering champion.

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It may be another couple of months before the W5 Foundation and Alpine Canada decide how they will approach the spring FIS meeting, when next year’s World Cup calendar will be finalized, but Whistler wants a World Cup race.

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Heavy equipment was moved onto Whistler Mountain early this week after the W5 group and the Hong Kong Bank of Canada reached an understanding on funding which will bring World Cup men’s downhill racing to Whistler each December for at least the next

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The Whistler Resort Association agreed Tuesday to guarantee the last $500,000 of the $3 million loan needed for snowmaking, which should clear the way for Whistler to become a permanent stop on the World Cup tour.