There are some great spring skiing conditions setting up all around the country. I've heard from a number of readers who love skiing in the spring but find they get too tired too quickly.... Read Full Post
Kevin Koe's Calgary rink won twice Thursday to secure a berth in the 1-2 Page playoff at the world men's curling championship in Beijing.
Kevin Koe's Calgary rink improved to 7-3 in the round-robin portion of the men's world championship of curling with a 11-5 rout over Germany on Thursday.
Canada's Kevin Koe beat Peter de Cruz of Switzerland 8-4 before losing 6-2 to Oskar Eriksson of Sweden at the men's world curling championship in Beijing on Wednesday.
Canada's Kevin Koe doubled up Switzerland's Peter de Cruz 8-4 in nine ends on Wednesday at the men's world curling championship to maintain a tie for second place in round-robin action.
Four-time world champion and six-time national champion Randy Ferbey was inducted into the World Curling Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
As Yogi Berra used to say, "It ain't over 'til it's over," and the skiing in Vermont is still going strong. In the midst of a pretty epic year as far as snow storms go, don't be too surprised if some Vermont resorts are still spinning chairlifts at the end of April - and that's no April Foolin'.... Read Full Post
Norway's Thomas Ulsrud scored three points in the ninth end for a 9-5 win over Canada's Kevin Koe in a battle of first-place teams at the world men's curling championship on Tuesday.
Canada's Kevin Koe moved into a tie for the lead at the world men's curling championship in Beijing by beating the United States 7-4 Tuesday while Norway lost 7-6 to Germany in 11 ends.
Canadian skip Kevin Koe is alone in second place at the world men's curling championship in Beijing after victories over Russia and the Czech Republic on Monday.
Wild and windy weather couldn't put a damper on the competition at the USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships weekend at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah. Saturday was all about the flipping and spinning at the men's and women's aerial event as both U.S. Ski Team veterans and development athletes fought for podium spots.... Read Full Post
Calgary's Kevin Koe improved to 3-1 at the world men's curling championship after rolling to a 9-1 victory over Russia's Evgeny Arkhipov on Monday in Beijing.
Canada's Kevin Koe was in a four-way tie for third place at the world men's curling championship after splitting his games Sunday at Capital Indoor Stadium.
Kevin Koe's Calgary rink lost 9-6 to Japan at the men's world curling championship in Beijing Sunday.
Kevin Koe's Calgary squad of third Pat Simmons, second Carter Rycroft, and lead Nolan Thiessen cruised to a 6-3 victory Saturday over Denmark's Rasmus Stjerne at the world curling championships in Beijing, China.
The USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships weekend at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah got off to a rousing start with Friday's men's and women's mogul competition. Forty-three women and sixty-two men threw down their best qualification run under a partly cloudy sky that cleared completely in time for a really thrilling round of finals.... Read Full Post
Flowers are beginning to creep up through thin snow. Foliage is turning green. The pond at the bottom of the ski hill is getting bigger. Spring is here, and -- with the exception of a few resorts -- the end of the season is coming.... Read Full Post
This week let's take a look back at the Sochi 2014 Olympic women's alpine races. In the midst of all the excitement of the Olympic games sometimes it seems the races all run into each other.... Read Full Post
Olympic curling champion Jennifer Jones and her team have yet to discuss their future, but they're not ruling out competing in the next Olympic Games. Jones along with Kaitlyn Lawes, Jill Officer and Dawn McEwan visited Q with Jian Ghomeshi on Thursday during Juno week in Winnipeg.
Does the concept of pro snowboarder product endorsement still work? Of course it does. The only reason we posted this Dragon Optical Collection video is because Jamie Lynn is in it. And it’s probably the only reason that you’ll watch it. Simple as that.