Whistler Deep Winter Photo Contest

This week, some of the best photographers in the ski world are in Whistler, B.C. for the Arc'teryx Deep Winter Challenge, a three-day-long photo contest. On Saturday, one will be crowned king (or queen) of storms. Here's one of the winning slideshows of the past.
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This week, some of the best photographers in the ski world are in Whistler, B.C. for the Arc'teryx Deep Winter Challenge, a three-day-long photo contest. Jordan Manley has won, and been crowned "King of Storms," three out of the four times it's been held, but this year he's not competing, which opens up the field for this year's photographer, including Blake Jorgenson, Ilja Herb, and the first female competitor ever, Robin O'Neill.

Here is Manley's winning 2009 slide show; this year's entries should be just as impressive. 

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