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Sarah Burke Update: Time Needed Before Definitive Prognosis

January 13th, 2012 by
Sarah Burke Injured

Canadian freestyle skier Sarah Burke sustained serious injuries during a training run at Park City Mountain Resort on Tuesday. The publicist for Sarah Burke’s family, Nicole Wool, issued another update … Read More

No Snow | Go To Alaska | Dubsatch Did

January 11th, 2012 by
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If you live in a place on this planet where the snow is falling, then I bet your couches are full of friends from less fortunate areas who got fed … Read More

Garner White Wins The Deep Snow Photo Contest

April 5th, 2011 by
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photo by, Garner White Today was the day to announce the winner and I’ve gotta tell ya…it was no contest.  Garner White grabs the win with an impressive 1121 Facebook shares … Read More

Dog Tomahawks 500 Feet Down Chute – Dog-A-Hawk

April 4th, 2011 by
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Ever seen a dog fall 500+ vertical feet while doing no fewer than 12 tomahawks?  Not only have I never seen a dog do 12 tomahawks in a row, I’ve never seen any animal do 12 tomahawks in a row.  It was a true phenomenon now commonly known as a dog-a-hawk.  In reality, she did more than 12 full tomahawks.  It’s just that in this video we are only able to count 12.  It’s clear that she’s been tomahawking for a while before she comes into view.


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Snowboarding -Black Park Edit

March 27th, 2011 by

Following Unofficial Whistler’s blue park edit. We thought it only appropriate to post a black park edit. The snow in Whistler sucks so the obvious move was to follow craig McMorris and Jesse Millen through the park on Blackcomb. The highlight of the video is the Double backy (1:30 in)
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March Madness continues – Another 100″ week on the way!!!

March 18th, 2011 by
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Let’s not count our snowflakes before they’ve fallen, but it’s looking like we’re going to be skiing some impressively deep snow in the coming days, and it’s going to be … Read More