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February 22, 2010
With pink hair, a blinding smile, and a silver medal in moguls from the 2002 Olympics, Shannon Bahrke stood out in a crowd before the five-ring circus in Vancouver kicked off. Now she’s won a bronze medal and made multiple appearances on the Today show, finishing her last Olympics as one of America’s darlings. By Olivia Dwyer
February 19, 2010
Weibrecht, a first-time Olympian from Lake Placid, New York, shocked everyone by winning bronze in today’s super G (Bode got silver). Skiing's online intern grew up with Weibrecht—and used Facebook to track him down for an interview last week.
February 15, 2010
Alexandre Bilodeau becomes the first Canadian athlete to ever win gold on home soil.
February 13, 2010
It's not too late: There's vacancy, good eats, a bunch of snow in the forecast, and one hell of a party. It's being spoiled on people who may not even be there for the skiing. Follow this simple guide and make it happen this week.
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February 9, 2010
Couldn't throw down for a ticket to Vancouver? Now you can ski Whistler virtually from your laptop, courtesy of Google's street-view snowmobile
February 5, 2010
Despite record snowfall in the region, Cypress Mountain doesn’t have enough snow for freestyle events.
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 28, 2010
This season, Quebec’s Mont Tremblant opened a $61 million casino, connected via gondola to the ski resort’s base area. Sure, gambling and skiing are fine on their own. But do these two great tastes taste great together?
January 26, 2010
The already-huge big mountain paradise gracing Golden B.C. will be getting a hell of a lot more terrain and lifts.
January 16, 2010
A helicopter dropped 27 U.S Freeskiing competitors on top of Mt. Mackenzie for the final day of the Canadian Freeskiing Championships at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on January 10, 2010. Using helmet cameras, Zack Giffin captures the crowd’s enthusiasm along with some powder skiing.