June 9, 2010
After being shunned for decades, and shut out of the Olympics, the ladies who launch are starting to gain international recognition.
June 4, 2010
Squaw Valley-based skier dead at 29 after a big-mountain fall.
May 20, 2010
Outdoor athletes of all types—trail runners, kayakers, rock climbers, mountain bikers and more—will compete at the Teva Mountain Games in Vail, Colorado, on June 3-6. Come to watch the competition or sign up for an event yourself. Here's how. *Check out our awesome wrap-up gallery from the event: http://www.skinet.com/skiing/competition/2010/06/teva-mountain-games-2010
May 17, 2010
Brian Bielmann is a Hawaii-based surf photographer who shoots for magazines like Transworld Surf and companies like Volcom and Red Bull. In April, he competed against ski photographers at a photo contest at the Whistler World Ski and Snowboard Festival—and he won. We spoke to Beilmann about the differences between ski and surf photography.
April 27, 2010
What happens when you put 21 of the world's best freeskiers and 12 top filmmakers together for a contest? The Jon Olsson Super Sessions happens, that's what. The annual competition wrapped up recently in Sweden. Here are the winning videos.
April 7, 2010
Vail Resorts is offering an Epic season pass and $3,000 in gear to skiers who make the Snow Squad for next winter.
April 5, 2010
When ski racer Julia Mancuso got third at the Freeride World Tour's Verbier XTreme in Verbier, Switzerland, we were impressed. We're even more impressed now, after watching her run. Check out the video here and see what Julia had to say about her run.
April 5, 2010
Columnist Tom Winter enters one of the scariest Chinese Downhills in the world, Le Derby de La Mieje in La Grave, France. Here's why you should consider adding some sort of competition to your ski routine.
March 24, 2010
This past weekend, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, hosted the Ski Mountaineering National Championships, where 82 randonee racers clad in tight suits and super lightweight skis climbed and descended 7,850 feet in less than three hours. Check out this video to see how it all goes down (including their climb up Corbet's Couloir!).