Category Archives: Investing in athletes

Lake Louise Nor-Am – Super-G

On a brilliant day in Lake Louise, the Men and Women competed in the first Noram Super-G of the season. The women started off with Canadian Ski Team’s Roni Remme capturing her second win of the week. Joining Roni on … Continue reading

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Lake Louise Nor-Am – Downhill

With the schedule moved up, the second day at Lake Louise was a Nor-Am race for both men and women. In the women’s it was an all Canadian day with Canada Ski Team’s Roni Remme and Stef Fleckenstein coming first … Continue reading

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Lake Louise Nor-Am – Day 1

It was Lake Louise at its best — cold and clear — for the first training runs of the 2017-18 Nor-Am downhill races for men and women. The day went off smoothly with 26 women and 82 men making their … Continue reading

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Lake Louise Nor-Am – Preview

With the men and women’s World Cup races wrapped up for another season at Lake Louise, now it’s time for the Next Generation of up and coming athletes to show what they can do on a world class track. For … Continue reading

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Summer Sessions: A day on the glacier

The days start early. Training is always at high altitude. You hydrate and eat constantly. A day on the glacier is always tough both mentally and physically. But the snow conditions are typically excellent, making for high volume and an … Continue reading

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The Summer Sessions – Day 1

Sometimes the weather just doesn’t want to cooperate. The jagged tooth of the Matterhorn that towers over this Swiss mountain resort was not to be found this morning, with high winds closing the glacier. Zermatt has a great reputation for … Continue reading

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#NextGen Champions: The World Juniors

For 36 years the FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships has gathered the best ski racers in the world to compete in the six Olympic disciplines. Athletes between the ages of 16 and 21 from over 45 nations (and growing) … Continue reading

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