Snow Sports Canada Weekend Recap

Weekend Recap for Snow Sports Canada for the week ending February 22nd, 2015. From gold on home soil in Quebec to historic results in Sweden, our athletes killed it this week! Read our weekend recap and get all the highlights.

Canadian Snowboard Team Competing For Gold on Home Soil

Since 2005, the FIS Snowboard World Cup has been a must-see event in Quebec, hosting some of the best snowboard athletes from around the world. Held this year from February 19th-22nd in Quebec City and Stoneham, the event will be 100% freestyle for 2015.

Cross Country Heads to Nordic World Ski Championships

One of the biggest events of the nordic skiing season, the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships, is just around the corner. With huge crowds, the best athletes from around the world, and a variety of events, this is a can’t-miss event for any nordic skiing fan. Read on to get familiar with the event, meet the athletes, and brush up on your knowledge of Team Canada!

Snow Sports Canada Weekend Recap

Dustin Cook earns his first career podium, Nathan Green inches closer to a podium in the Czech Rep, and the moguls team continues to dominate. Get your Snow Sports Canada fix with our weekend recap.

VIDEO – Inside Ski Racing – The Wax Room

An athletes ski preparation can make all the difference in a race. A hundredth of a second can be the difference of standing on the podium or not. Alpine Canada speedster Robbie Dixon and Kelly VanderBeek show us what really happens in the wax room.

FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Returns to North America

Set to take place from February 2nd to the 15th of 2015, the biennial FIS Alpine World Ski Championships bring together the best alpine ski racing athletes from around the world for two weeks of competition. This will be only the fourth time that the world championships will be held in North America. The Vail Valley has hosted the event twice before – in 1989 and 1999.

Snow Sports Canada Athlete of the Month

Our athletes proved once again that on snow, they are the best in the world. From gold medals at the X Games, to podium sweeps in Austria and making history in Germany, our team is the best in the world. Your Snow Sports Canada athlete of the month is – Mikaël Kingsbury.

Snow Sports Canada Weekend Recap

History was made in women’s ski jumping and ski superpipe, while our freestyle teams see a gold rush at the X Games and World Championships.

The Legend of the Hahnenkamm: Kitzbühel 2015

The Kitzbühel downhill is a race that has earned the respect of the world’s best alpine athletes, and for good reason. Commonly regarded as the Super Bowl of Alpine Skiing, here’s everything you need to know about Kitzbühel.