Winter Sports Articles


SnowSelfie
Article | October 18, 2016
Snow Sports Alert: An Avalanche of Ill-Advised Selfies in Backcountry Conditions   

Those putting on ski and snowboard events in high altitudes are already well-versed on the dangers of avalanches. Unfortunately, others (such as... More>>



Winter
Article | October 5, 2016
U.S. King of the Ski Mountain, Beats France for First Time Since 2011-12   

The snow must go on for sports events to succeed, and a lack of precipitation in the Alps and Pyrenees has worked in the U.S.’s favor, giving this... More>>



Skiing
Article | August 24, 2016
Inside Events: Disabled Sports USA   

Soon, the Paralympics will take center stage in Rio, providing an international showcase for athletes with disabilities. But before those individuals... More>>



MountainBike
Article | August 10, 2016
Action on Ski Slopes Staying Hot, Thanks to Sports Business   

The snow cannons aren’t rumbling, the Ski Patrol has the season off and the market for Polartec is way down. And business at ski resorts has never... More>>



ABasinSkier
Article | June 15, 2016
White Winter, Godzilla El Nino Have Ski Resorts in the Black   

Ski resorts are hosting everything from mud runs to mountain bike races, but early reports show the winter of 2015/2016 brought a blizzard of... More>>



CandadianOlympics
Article | May 18, 2016
Facing Too Many Obstacles, U.S./Canada Olympics Bid Falls Apart   

The thought of having a U.S./Canadian-hosted winter Olympics is over. The original concept, proposed in early April, called for having Québec,... More>>



OlympicImage
Article | April 6, 2016
A Canada/USA Winter Olympics? It Could Happen   

Could there be a bid to host the Olympics that takes two countries to pull it together? As the Magic 8-Ball likes to say, Signs Point to Yes.... More>>



Snowboarder
Article | April 6, 2016
Shuffling Snow from Site to Site Means Winter Events Can Survive   

Following a year in which the International Ski Federation has cancelled or amended many World Cup events due to unseasonably warm weather around... More>>



Curling
Article | March 23, 2016
Jacksonville, Florida Ready to Heat Up Sports Tourism with …Curling?   

Jacksonville, Florida, long a hotbed for sports like golf, is trying something completely different: curling. It’s all part of the cities grand... More>>


Article | February 10, 2016
Inroads for Athletes with Disabilities: Adaptive Winter Games   

When New York’s Empire State Winter Games (ESWG) kicked off in Lake Placid, it brought the usual suspects, including skiing and snowboarding,... More>>



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