Ski Articles by Date

November 2012

  • Aksel Lund Svindal Takes Downhill, Super-G Titles At Lake Louise World Cup


    Posted over 1 year ago by John Ohail

    Norway’s alpine ski sensation Aksel Lund Svindal wasted no time this season jumping out to a commanding lead in the World Cup standings. With his downhill and super-G wins in Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, Svindal took control of the season standings, with 200 total points. Svindal had previously won the super-G event at last year’s Lake Louise as well.

  • Oakley Alpine Ski Racing Team Primed And Ready For World Cup Season


    Posted over 1 year ago by John Ohail

    Winter looks like its finally ready to stay here in North America and the Oakley Alpine Ski Racing Team is more than ready to take advantage of the fresh snow. Already with a podium finish in Levi, Finland, compliments of young gun, Mikaela Shiffrin, the ever-growing Oakley team sets its sights on the upcoming World Cup season. Gathering across parts of Colorado, Oakley skiers can be found training harder than ever this year in preparation for 2013’s competition.

  • Untouched North


    Posted almost 2 years ago by Caja Schöpf

    In April 2012, snowboarder Aline Bock and myself went on a 10-days boat trip to the Lyngen Alps in northern Norway, to escape the crowded skiresorts and to find some untouched powder.

  • Behind the Scenes of "The Ordinary Skier," the Award-Winning Movie About Seth Morrison


    Posted almost 2 years ago by Chasen Marshall

    You know the name Seth Morrison and you’ve likely seen the award-winning flick, “The Ordinary Skier,” which is all about his rise from Chicago to freeskier legend-status. But how about what it took to put the movie together? No? Here’s a sneak-peak of what was going on behind the lens from one of the skiers/filmers, Nathan Wallace.

  • Aspen, CO Rallying Behind Hometown Alpine Ski Racer, Wiley Maple


    Posted almost 2 years ago by John Ohail

    Unfamiliar with Wiley Maple? Now’s a good time to start getting to know the young alpine ski racer, because he plans on being around for a long, long time. Maple is still only 22 years old, but already he’s caught the eye of some of the top skiers in the sport.