The three-time Olympic bump skier Sho Endo had the honor of taking up the Tokyo Olympic torch on the second day of its 121-day relay journey the Olympic cauldron set to ignite July 23rd in Toyko. Sho was accompanied by 20 elementary students as they made their way down the Inawashiro ski resort in Fukushima Prefecture before handing off the torch to one of the 10,000 runners set to take part in the Olympic tradition. Can’t wait to see surfing and skateboarding making their debut in the summer games. Kampai!
The International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) and the Freeride World Tour (FWT) announced a merger this past Thursday, creating (…)
This week, a trial began for the wrongful death of a woman who was decapitated by a swinging gate at Arches National Park. KUTV 2News (…)
Last Christmas Eve, the Carpenter Express at Deer Valley malfunctioned, which led to 167 skiers being rescued by ski (…)
Due to concerns about climate change, the International Olympic Committee is delaying its decision on who will host the 2030 Winter (…)
Granite Peak Ski Resort in Wausau, Wisconsin has a young media personality in the making on their hands. Ronan, the 9-year-old son of (…)
TINCUP Whiskey recently released their 2023 Avalanche Rescue Dog Calendar, partnering with Colorado Rapid Avalanche Deployment (…)
Be prepared to smile for the next 2 minutes and 47 seconds. Alta Ski Area employed the help of film studio Sweetgrass Productions to create (…)