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Mt. Snow Wins Dew Tour Lawsuit

A federal court has ordered the Dew Tour to pay Mount Snow Resort more than $2 million dollars after the tour allegedly jumped out of a contract and moved the event to Killington, according to a story in the Battleboro Reformer. In its verdict, the jury concluded that The Alliance of Action Sports, NBC Universal […]

Signal Lights Up The Night Shift

Dave Lee and the Signal Snowboards crew lights up the night boarding at Baldface with their latest creation: and LED snowboard. [Link: Signal Snowboards]

Cross Country Skiing Growing Fast

This past ski season, I was really surprised by the growing number of skiers who were trying cross country skiing for the first time. The golf course near my home is converted each winter into a looping, groomed series of trails that are excellent for learning how to cross country ski. Lessons are provided each morning and afternoon.... Read Full Post

Shaun White Finally Goes To Prom

Last month a high school senior named Carly Monzo decided she wanted to go to prom (at her all-girl high school) with Shaun White. So, Carly did what any self respecting high school girl would do. She made a video (click here to watch it) asking the former Olympic snowboarder to her prom, according to […]

Still Skiing In Vermont

Jay Peak Resort, Killington Resort, and Sugarbush Resort will be spinning lifts and shredding soft bumps and groomer track on over 50 trails this first weekend in May. Saturday, May 3, 2014 marks the 192nd day in operation for Killington Resort. Show More Summary

The Benefits of Spring

The season has ended in most places, but it hasn't ended everywhere. So, for those of you who aren't quite ready to hang up your snowboard for the season, I've put together a list of the best resorts in North America for late-season riding, including some of my personal favorites like Mt. Hood, Snowbird, and Canyons.... Read Full Post

Yobeat Brings Moguls Back

Lightning may strike twice, but super dry powder on the exact day you want it to in May, doesn’t. With that in mind Yobeat’s Mogul Mayhem was born. And it all goes down at Timberline on the shoulders of Mt. Hood on Saturday, May 3, 2014. Ultimate Snowboard Mogul Madness is happening. Bring your board, […]

Ski Europe In Late Spring

If you still want to keep skiing after the the lifts close at your favorite ski area, think about heading off to Europe for a couple of late April weeks. Besides getting some very good lodging deals, here are ten reasons why you can find the Alps to be an excellent and affordable destination for a family ski vacation.... Read Full Post

John Morris named skip of Team Canada rink

B.C. skip John Morris will join forces with third Pat Simmons, second Carter Rycroft and lead Nolan Thiessen as Team Canada makes its debut at the 2015 Brier in Calgary.

Top Ten Skiers In Sochi Olympic Men's Freestyle Events

This week, let's take a look at the top ten finishers in each of the men's freestyle disciplines. Of course we'll start with the Slopestyle event where it was an all USA podium. One thing to keep in mind about the Olympic slopestyleShow More Summary

Kevin Martin wins Players' Championship to cap career

Kevin Martin curled into retirement in style, beating Olympic champion Brad Jacobs 4-3 in the men's final at the Players' Championship in Summerside, P.E.I., on Sunday.

Jennifer Jones wins Players' Championship

Jennifer Jones curled to her 10th Grand Slam crown, defeating Rachel Homan 5-2 in the women's final at the Players' Championship in Summerside, P.E.I., on Sunday.

Kevin Martin advances to Players' Championship final

Kevin Martin led his Edmonton rink to a 6-5 victory over Winnipeg's Mike McEwen on Saturday in the semifinal of the Grand Slam of Curling's Players' Championship in Summerside, P.E.I.

Kevin Martin retires from curling

Former Olympic curling champion Kevin Martin has announced his retirement. A four-time Brier champion, Martin won Olympic gold in Vancouver in 2010, and won the World Curling Championship in 2008.

Burton Against VT Toxic Chemical Rules

A proposal in front of Vermont legislators to “regulate chemicals in children’s products that the state’s health department considers harmful,” is facing some tough opposition from companies like Burton Snowboards, IBM, and Wal-Mart, according to a story in VT Digger. In a letter to the Vermont Senate Committee on Health and Welfare dated February 5, […]

Players’ Championship: Jennifer Jones wins Olympic rematch

Jennifer Jones defeated Sweden's Margaretha Sigfridsson, 7-6 in a rematch of the Olympic final at the Players' Championship in Summerside, P.E.I., on Thursday.

The Dingo On Richest Action Athletes

The Dingo sits across from a pair of talking boobs and outlines who he believes are the richest action sports stars of all time on some sports show called The Fumble Rumble. He appears just a little distracted by the entire operation. And that is apparently the point of the show entirely.

One Turntable And A Signal Snowboard

Yes, it’s already the third Thursday of the month and that means Dave Lee and the Signal Snowboards crew have a new edit about building a wacky snowboard. This time they enlist the talents of Mix Master Mike “nobody can do it like... ” and our favorite OC artist MadSteez. As they say […]

Mike McEwen improves to 3-0 at Players' Championship

Mike McEwen edged Jeff Stoughton 5-4 in a battle of Winnipeg skips Thursday at the Players' Championship in Summerside, Prince Edward Island.

Make Your Own Ski Rack

If you are looking for a nice spring or summer project that gives you the chance to play with skis for a little bit more then check out the slotted ski rack I made. It's very similar to the racks you most often see in the rental areas - the kind where you just slide the skis in and they hang by the ski shovels.... Read Full Post

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