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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

Jennifer Jones's rink hopes to defend Olympic curling gold in 2018

Winnipeg skip Jennifer Jones on Tuesday confirmed her rink of third Kaitlyn Lawes, second Jill Officer and lead Dawn McEwenwill will travel to Pyeongchang, South Korea in four years to defend their Olympic curling title.

How To Store Your Skis Until Next Season

I know some of us are still getting in some late season turns, but with more grass showing and the trees starting to bud and some even thinking about the snow shedding game of golf - sooner or later all of us will be putting up our skis until - hopefully - early next fall.... Read Full Post

Vail Resorts 2014-15 Epic Pass Early Bird Price Deadline Looms

To lock in the Vail Resorts Epic Pass early bird price of $729 (the early bird price of the adult Epic Pass and $379 for children ages 5-12) you need to put down $49 today - April 13th. You may have heard that in some previous years the early bird pricing deadline was extended - but I'm not aware of any extensions for the 2014-15 Epic Pass.... Read Full Post

Top Ten Skiers In Sochi Olympic Women's Freestyle Events

Now that all the welcome home celebrations for the U.S. Freestyle Olympic Champions have pretty much settled down it's a good time to take a closer look at the top ten finishers in each of the events.... Read Full Post

Curler Kevin Koe leaving his own team after this season

Veteran skip Kevin Koe is leaving the team that he guided to a national championship after one more major tournament next month, it was announced on Tuesday.

Kevin Koe loses bronze match to Swiss at curling worlds

Canada's Kevin Koe had to settle for fourth place at the world men's curling championship after falling 7-5 to Switzerland in Sunday's bronze-medal match.

Kevin Koe loses to Sweden, will play for world curling bronze

Canada's Kevin Koe fell 10-8 to Oskar Eriksson's Swedish rink in Saturday morning's semifinal at the men's world curling championships in Bejing.

Kevin Koe loses to Norway, will play Sweden for world curling final berth

Calgary's Kevin Koe will need to take an additional step if he wants to win a second world curling championship after losing Saturday to Thomas Ulsrud of Norway.

How to Ski Better in Spring Snow

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

Canada's Kevin Koe in playoffs at men's curling worlds

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 tops Germany at world curling championship

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 earns split at men's curling worlds

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.

Kevin Koe handles Swiss at world curling championship

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.

Randy Ferbey inducted into World Curling Hall of Fame

Four-time world champion and six-time national champion Randy Ferbey was inducted into the World Curling Hall of Fame on Tuesday.

Vermont Ski Resort April Deals & Events

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

Canada's Koe falls to Ulsrud at curling worlds

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 Koe grabs share of lead at curling worlds

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.

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