Tag: Ski racing

Return of the Turn

Return of the Turn applauds good’ol fashioned technical skiing. No huge drops, no flips, no spins, just straight up ripping. 

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2020 Women’s NOR-AM Cup

This February three Collingwood-area ski clubs will host the women’s best ski racers in North America and the world as they get ready to run the 2020 Raymond James Women’s Nor-Am Cup.

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In Conversation with Ken Read

Having experienced ski racing as both a competitor and a parent, Ken has a unique new perspective on the sport he has been a part of for over five decades.

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Life Peaks Here – The Legacy of the Georgian Peaks Club

The grandfathers of the Escarpment ski clubs pursued their passions and changed the face of skiing in Ontario. Six decades later, environmental factors such as climate change along with the changing needs of families have determinedly demanded that the Escarpment clubs offer a new kind of winter weekend…

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World Cup Ski Cross

In all, 25 nations and more than 100 athletes are expected to attend the Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup at Blue Mountain, including reigning Olympic champions, Canadians Kelsey Serwa and Brady Leman, as well as Ontario grown Kevin Drury.

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The Best Downhill Racer

Between 1974 and 1984 Canadians were dominant on the World Cup downhill circuit. Prior to 1975 no North American male had ever won a world cup downhill race. Ken Read became the first to do so at Val D’Isere in 1975 and so began what would become the stuff of legend.

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