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.
Moose steaks, lobster, exploding vans, and more in this excellent mini-documentary about the 1971 World Cup ski races at Maine's Sugarloaf Mountain.
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.
The best skiers compete for slopestyle and big-mountain glory.
Red Bull Athlete Jon DeVore, who explores untouched peaks with both skis and a parachute, discusses the sport of speedriding and his new documentary The Unrideables.
The youngest competitor at the Swatch Skiers Cup is going big.
The North American and European competitors will have to wait until at least Wednesday to huck their meat in Switzerland.
Western State Colorado University’s Alpine Ski Team has been reinstated and is thirsty for glory.
A new series of ski film shorts by DPS Cinematic features storm-chasing and deep-powder riding.
Proceeds from this online fundraiser will support the son and partner of the late freeskiing great as well as the charitable organization he founded, Alpine Initiatives.
Because it's not cool to let your skins flap around like a wet Band-Aid.