When Shane McConkey died in 2009 after a ski BASE-jumping accident, the skiing community lost an innovator, an icon and a true adventurer who lived each day with purpose. Matchstick Productions, the production house that worked so closely with McConkey on many projects, is making a movie, set to debut next year, chronicling the life of this inspirational athlete. Here's the trailer: ESPN covers it more in-depth here.
In a new web series, see how the pioneering big mountain skier Chris Davenport's career has evolved.
A new series of ski film shorts by DPS Cinematic features storm-chasing and deep-powder riding.
The web series kicked off in memory of Andreas Fransson, with an Icelandic adventure, and now takes you from deep B.C. pow, to Japan, and beyond.
We hung out with pro skier Sierra Quitiquit to talk about living in Utah, her plans for the winter, and choosing between skiing and modeling.
Injured twice in two years, skier Eric Pollard talks blood, guts, and not backing down.
The pioneering freeskier on fatherhood, snowboarding, and nearly losing his leg.
JP Auclair and Andreas Fransson were caught in an avalanche on South America’s Mount Cochrane on Monday, September 29, 2014.
Sally Francklyn reports from the unicorn-packed world premiere in Boulder, Colorado. It was not your average ski-film showing.
Here's where you can see Pretty Faces, the all-female ski film directed by Lynsey Dyer, this fall.
On reckoning with change, therapeutic fly tying, and staying positive.