Skiing's 2010 Winter Olympics Report, presented by
February 5, 2010
The French skiercross team likes bright colors and shiny things. We asked their coach why they’ll be wearing pink and silver uniforms for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. By Olivia Dwyer
February 1, 2010
Get ready to hear the name Patrick Deneen a lot around the middle of February, because the Washington state-based mogul skier is gearing up to dominate at the Vancouver Olympics. Heather Hansman talked to him about heated rivalries, getting hated on by the judges, and his least favorite Olympic sport.
January 27, 2010
Spyder makes the uniform for Errol Kerr, sole member of the Jamaican ski team and Olympic ski-cross hopeful. Here's a look at his apparel.
January 25, 2010
So you’re heading to the Olympics in Whistler. Be prepared for deep snow (they’re already reporting one of the best seasons on record), world-class terrain, sporting, and revelry. Whether you’re celebrating an American victory or kicking up your boots after a day on the hill, Whistler’s watering holes elevate après to an Olympic level. Here’s a guide to the best après spots in Whistler.
January 15, 2010
January is "Learn a Snow Sports" month. So why not pick up Nordic jumping? As the 2010 Olympic athletes gear up for their trip to Vancouver in a few weeks, you can fine tune your own skills at Olympic events in Park City, the site of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. They've got introductory courses in nearly all Olympic disciplines, from bobsledding to curling to slalom skiing.
January 15, 2010
Only 28 days let until the 2010 Winter Olympics head to Whistler and Vancouver. This video podcast from Whistler Blackcomb looks at some local Whistler-area athletes, including ski cross athlete Julia Murray, daughter of famous Canadian downhill skier Dave Murray, Maelle Ricker, a snowboard cross athlete, and halfpipe snowboarder Justin Lamoureux, who reflects on his experiences at the last Winter Olympic Games in Torino and what it means for him to compete on home soil.
January 12, 2010
For the third year in a row, photographer Jordan Manley has won Whistler's Deep Winter Photo Challenge, which ran through January 10. Paul Morrison earned second place and best-in-show photo, and Nicolas Teichrob, in his debut at the contest, placed third. Here are a few shots from Manley.
January 8, 2010
The Winter Olympics are a little over a month away, and everyone is talking about two-time World Champ Lindsey Vonn. If you care about her fitness regime leading up to the Games or you just want to see her in a sports bra, here's a personal, behind-the-scenes look at her fitness training in the gym.