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Georgian Chairlift Rollback Distaster

Resort professionals certainly have all kinds of great reasons why this could never happen at your favorite resort, yet today (March 16, 2018) it happened at “Gudauri, a resort on the Greater Caucasus mountain range in Georgia,” according to a story in the Washington Post. Eight people were reportedly injured, but no one died, thankfully. […]

No Surprises At 2018 US Open

It was as everyone expected at Burton’s 36th Annual US Open of Snowboarding in Vail, Colorado March 5-10, 2018. Mark McMorris and Jamie Anderson took the slopestyle event (the women’s final was cancelled due to high winds) and Ayumu Hirtano (pictured above) and Chloe Kim won the halfpipe. Dean Ween and some other bands played and […]

The West’s Deadly Big Snow Weekend

We began tracking the storm a week and a half out and new it was going to hit perfectly for a weekend of powder blasting. By Thursday night, March 1, 2018 the snow was piling in. On Friday afternoon some California resorts were reporting up to eight feet of fresh snow. It was set up […]

Shaun White Makes It Three

That was pretty emotional wasn’t it? Shaun White does the seemingly impossible and in the final run of his final Winter Olympics and comes from second place to snatch gold from the fingers of Japan’s Ayumu Hirano. And puts the Americans in the four for four gold medal position in snowboarding. All we got left […]

USA On Way To Olympic Gold Sweep?

The games have officially been open for four days and already American’s have taken gold in every snowboard competitions so far. Red Gerard and Jamie Anderson took gold in Slopestyle and last night (February 12, 2018) Chloe Kim monster stomped her way to gold in the women’s halfpipe. Not to put a jinx on it, but we’re […]

I-Pod’s New Leica Snow White

Iouri Podladtchikov may not be in the Olympics this year, but that hasn’t slowed the launch of his limited edition Leica Q “Snow” any according to a story on The Verge. Dubbed the Leica Q “Snow,” the camera is decked out in silver anodized aluminum for the top deck, baseplate, and controls. The body of the […]

I-Pod Out of Pyeongchang With Brain Injury

  ????????????????? A post shared by Iouri Podladtchikov (@iouripodladtchikov) on Feb 8, 2018 at 10:40pm PST Iouri Podladtchikov, the defending Olympic halfpipe champ has decided that he will not be competing in the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang due to a traumatic brain injury he suffered while competing in the 2018 X Games, according to a […]

Canada's Lawes sinks Finland with clutch shot in mixed doubles curling

Kaitlyn Lawes put the exclamation point in an 8-2 win over Finland Friday in South Korea, rolling her last rock of the sixth end to score five in Canada's most prolific match of these Olympics.

Canada powers past China for 2nd mixed doubles curling win

Canada put on its best performance so far to improve to 2-1 in curling mixed doubles with victory over China on Friday in Pyeongchang.

Canada bounces back in Olympic mixed doubles curling

After exchanging single points through the first four ends of Thursday's Olympic mixed curling round-round match against the United States, Canada's Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris stole three in the fifth end to snap a 2-2 tie en route to a 6-4 victory.

Norway ruins Canada's Olympic mixed doubles curling debut

Canadian curlers John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes had never known what it felt like to lose a game at the Olympics — until now. In the historic debut of mixed doubles Olympic curling, Norway stunned the Canadians 9-6 under the bright lights of the Gangneung Curling Venue on Thursday in South Korea.

Canada's Morris, Lawes drop mixed doubles curling opener to Norway

The Canadian pair of John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes dropped their first match 9-6 to Norway in their first round robin match of the inaugural mixed doubles curling competition.

It’s A Full Media Shaun WhiteOut

Here are just a few of the Shaun White stories that are spinning ’round the Interwebs today. Enjoy #ShaunWhiteOut Shaun White found similiarities between himself and Michael Phelps in 2014 Shaun White still has tongue stitches from October crash Shaun White says he has plenty more to show in halfpipe Shaun White: 10 things you didn’t know about […]

Olympic Snowboarding Schedule

  The courses are looking amazing here. So many options for these champs. A post shared by Todd Richards (@btoddrichards) on Feb 6, 2018 at 11:24pm PST Olympic fever and the #ShaunWhiteHype are about to blow up around the world and we want you to be ready so you won’t miss a thing. This year […]

LIVE BLOG: Olympic curling

Follow CBC Sports reporter Devin Heroux's live dispatches from Pyeongchang, South Korea, where he'll be following the action in the mixed doubles, men's and women's tournaments at the Winter Olympics.

Shaun White Reads His Life Story

Ever wondered just how Shaun White transformed himself from a cute little snowboard kid sessioning the Encinitas YMCA miniramp everyday into a resort-owning, rock and rolling business titan with Olympic and ESPN gold medals swinging from his neck? Well, this fall Mr. White will tell it all in his own words and with his own […]

Canada an underdog in curling? It may be true in mixed doubles

Despite being the dominant force in curling, Canada has lagged behind in the new game of mixed doubles. John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes hope to change that at the Olympics.

Jennifer Jones claims record-tying 6th Scotties championship

Manitoba's Jennifer Jones has won the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for the sixth time in her career.

Mary-Anne Arsenault slides into Scotties semifinal

Nova Scotia's Mary-Anne Arsenault advanced into the semifinal at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts with a 6-2 win over Northern Ontario's Tracy Fleury on Saturday.

Michelle Englot downs Kerri Einarson to stay in Scotties mix

Team Wild Card, Manitoba and Nova Scotia are all 8-2 heading into the final playoff championship match at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

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