• Issue of
  • Aug 5-11, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 32


  • Whistler
  • Stakeholders say Crankworx is here to stay

    The riders stole the show with some incredible displays of athleticism but the success of this year’s Crankworx was also largely due to a powerful new business relationship between the Whistler Events Bureau, or WEB, and IMG.
  • Whistler
  • "Via Ferrata" opens on Whistler Peak

    Canada’s first high alpine "Via Ferrata" – a European-style climbing route with permanently fixed cables and metal ladder rungs– is now open at the top of Whistler Mountain.
  • Whistler
  • No hard feelings from Chew

    Local Paralympian Phil Chew was "honoured and humbled" to hear that a plaque bearing his name will be added to the group of plaques honoring local Olympians at World Cup Square in Creekside.


  • Music
  • Naked at the GLC on Saturday Night

    The GLC will sway to laid back lounge grooves this Saturday evening with members of San Francisco-based production house Naked Music Recordings on the scene.
  • Arts
  • Smokin’ blues

    Sonny Rhodes a performer and competitor at this year’s BBQ bash

Food & Drink


  • Editorial

    I Am Multinational
  • cybernaut

    They’ve got your number


  • Locals rule CrankWorx
  • Features
  • Locals rule CrankWorx

    Baker, Whiteman, Buchar, Gracia and Morland among top riders; 17-year-old BMX star takes slopestyle
  • Features
  • Local athletes in half iron

    Three Whistler athletes took part in the Prestige Half Iron in Cranbrook last Sunday, the last half iron event on the calendar before the Ironman Canada event on Aug. 29.
  • Features
  • Samurai deadline this weekend

    Past Samurai of Singletrack participants only have a few days left to sign up for the 2004 epic ride before the registration is opened up to everyone else.
  • Features
  • Alpine Canada to release 2010 plan

    Over the next few weeks, Alpine Canada Alpin – the national sanctioning body for alpine skiing – will roll out its strategic plan for 2010 that the team and administrators will follow for the next six years.

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