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Freeskiing in Sochi: Stories, Highlights and Impact on the sport

Freeskiing has come a long way since its roots as a sport for stoner rockstars and college drop-outs. After all the political debates, sponsorship ordeals and dealing with the largely frowned-upon FIS (International Ski Federation), ski slopestyle and halfpipe have made it to the World’s biggest sporting event, the Olympic Games. Here at the International […]

@MikeDSki vs. Dad – by Lisa Richardson

4335 tweets and 8459 followers in, Mike Douglas is reconsidering Twitter. Although his persona as the Godfather of Freeskiing/creative brain behind Salomon Freeski TV is boosted by the hours he logs in at Tweetdeck, another identity is jockeying for his time. In fact, she’s squirming around on his lap as we Skype. Kirra Douglas, age 5, […]

There’s Gold in Them Hills – by Jeff Schmuck

Red Mountain Resort, nestled deep in the West Kootenay region of beautiful British Columbia, is a skier’s paradise in every sense of the term. Fabled for its goosebump-inducing steeps, spandex-tight trees, majestically dry powder and awe-inspiring vertical drop, Red offers an authentic small town ski experience, complete with the leisurely comforts of a world-class ski […]

The Long Road towards Life Changing Lines – by Mikey Nixon

The Long Road towards Life-changing Lines By Mikey Nixon, Biglines.com The most simple rule about avalanche terrain is this: if it looks like fun riding, it has the potential to be dangerous. That’s why anyone who straps into skis, snowboards or what-have-you needs to have a certain sense of avalanche awareness. Not everyone understands the […]

How to Fake Being a Pro at iF3 – by Ryan Dunfee

How to Fake Being a Pro at iF3 By Ryan Dunfee, Brobomb.com Tired of being an amateur ski enthusiast and dying to make it to the big leagues of pro skiing?  We here at BroBomb.com know you all wish to be the hottest thing on Newschoolers since Dale Talkington.  But pretending to be a pro […]

Freeskiing’s Women to Watch – by Lisa Richardson

Freeskiing’s Women to Watch By Lisa Richardson, SBC Skier Magazine, Origin Design + Communications Storming out of the powder room and into the pow and park Three things happened in the last decade that turned the tide for women’s freeskiing. Social media. The International Olympic Committee finally getting wise to the star power of slopestyle […]

iF3 2012 Judges

Having a ski movie marathon before heading on your spring break ski trip to Jay Peak is one thing. Spending four full days trying to pick a handful to victors from 40 candidates is another. With the ever increasing level of talent and access to high quality cameras and editing software, judging iF3 gets harder […]

Canadian Freestyle, A Short History – by Kelley Korbin

Photos courtesy of the Canadian Freestyle Ski Association Canadian Freestyle Ski Association, A Short History By Kelley Korbin, Canadian Freestyle Ski Association Freestyle skiing was born out of the 1960’s counterculture and within a couple of years its popularity exploded. The early pro event circuit in moguls, aerials and ballet had prize purses of up […]