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VonZipper Support Wildlife Trailer 3

This VonZipper edit almost makes us bummed that winter is starting to shutting down... Almost. The Support Wildlife Tour hopped in the van and put the rubber to the road again. In this edit, Matt Edgers, Gray Thompson and Matt Wainhouse headed north to Big Sky Country and scored more than powder lines.. […]

Curling worlds: Canada enters playoffs on high note

Canada's Pat Simmons hit a draw for two in the 10th end for a 6-5 win over Finland and later won on the last rock to beat Italy 7-6 on Thursday at the world men's curling championship.

Canada rallies twice, beats Finland and Italy

Canada's Pat Simmons hit a draw for two in the 10th end for a 6-5 win over Finland and later won on the last rock to beat Italy 7-6.

Fashion statements made at world curling championship

From long hair to crazy pants, the scenes sometimes resembles a fashion show more than a curling tournament at the men's world championship in Halifax.

Canada rallies to beat Finland at curling worlds

Canada's Pat Simmons hit a draw for two in the 10th end for a 6-5 win over Finland's Aku Kauste at the world men's curling championship at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax.

Canada cruising at world curling championship

CBC's Devin Heroux brings you the latest from the World Men's Curling Championship in Halifax.

Curling worlds: Canada locks up playoff spot

Canada's Pat Simmons rebounded from his first loss at the world men's curling championship by winning a pair of games Wednesday to clinch a spot in the 1-2 page playoff.

World Men's Curling Championship: Updates from the ice

The best teams in men's curling from around the world will be in Halifax this week for the 2015 Ford World Men's Curling Championship. Follow CBC's live blog for the latest updates from the rink.

Canada rebounds at curling worlds

Canada's Pat Simmons bounced back from his first loss at the world men's curling championship by defeating Switzerland's Marc Pfister 8-4 at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax on Wednesday.

Canada suffers 1st defeat at curling worlds

Canada's Pat Simmons kept his perfect record intact at the world men's curling championship Tuesday with a 7-4 win over Japan's Yusuke Morozumi at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax.

Mammut PULSE Barryvox Avalanche Beacon Review

Mammut PULSE Barryvox Avalanche Beacon Review Price: $490 Website: Mammut Weight: 7.4 ounces / 210 grams Frequency: 457 kHz (International Standard) Batteries: 3 AAA – 200 hours Antennae: 3 Antennae – Digital and Analog Modes Range: 60 meters digital / 95 meters analog Warranty: 5 Years Summary: The Mammut PULSE Barryvox transceiver is a smart and sophisticated […]

Canada's Simmons runs curling worlds record to 6-0

Canada's Pat Simmons defeated Japan's Yusuke Morozumi 7-4 to remain unbeaten at the world men's curling championship at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax.

A family affair for Team Canada at curling worlds

Curling coach Earle Morris postponed his retirement for the opportunity to coach his son John and the rest of Team Canada at the men's world championships.

Canada in control at curling worlds

Canada defeated the Czech Republic and Russia on Monday to remain unbeaten at the world men's curling championship at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax.

Factory Media Officially Stops The Presses

We tweeted it the other day (after reading about it on Yobeat.com). Everyone has been posting about it. But for your pleasure, the official explanation of why Factory Media has finally decided to go digital with most of its titles and stop wasting everyone’s time, money, and coffee table space with printed issues. Darryl Newton, […]

World men's curling championship: Italy knows all about 6-enders

Italy scored a six-ender on Sunday morning, and then had the rare feat come back to haunt them on against the U.S., team Monday night at the world men's curling championship in Halifax.

Vail Resorts Buys Australia’s Perisher

Not content to own nearly every major winter resort in North America, Vail Resorts announced today that it is adding Australia’s Perisher Resort to their portfolio at a cost of approximately $136 million in cash. “The acquisition of our first international mountain resort is a significant milestone for our Company. We’re thrilled to welcome the […]

Snowboarder Dies In Swiss Avalanche

A 30-year-old snowboarder who was riding off-piste with his 31-year-old brother has died after being caught in an avalanche in the Valais area (Southwestern Switzerland), according to a story in The Independent. The pair are thought to have been travelling down the so-called ‘Hannibal corridor’ of Mont Vélan, in the Valais area, when the younger […]

Lindsey Jacobellis Rocks The Soxxy

X Games Boardercross ruler Lindsey Jacobelis has joined action photog/filmer Sky Rondenet (and others) on the Soxxy compression socks team, according to Soxxy founder and NYC PR maven Sarah Stabile. “Lindsey caught my attention when she won the silver medal at the 2006, Winter Olympics. I felt an immediate bond, as a woman who also […]

Canada crushes Czech Republic at curling worlds

Canada defeated the Czech Republic 11-2 on Monday morning to remain unbeaten at the world men's curling championship at Scotiabank Centre.

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