Female snowboarders have been fighting for gender parity for decades. Olympic snowboarder Zoe Kalapos shares how it feels to be in the trenches.
Myia Antone wants more women from First Nations to discover what she has: that floating through powder in the backcountry is a kind of homecoming.
The U.S. Ski Team’s "granddad" is still aiming for the podium.
Karin Harjo took her career into her own hands, and now she's training the nation's top skiers to do the same.
Professional skier Ingrid Backstrom’s next-level skiing got her a seat in the heli seventeen years ago—and she continues to prove that women deserve that seat.
One day in 1988 changed the trajectory of Sarah Will's life as a skier, but it didn't end it.
In 1971, Bill Briggs claimed the first ski descent of Wyoming's giant, the Grand Teton. But the Ivy League grad with a fused hip didn't do it for fame or glory.
In his more than five decades on the slopes, ski instructor Chip Lambert has had a front-row seat to the development of our sport.
After extensive injury rehab and with World Cup podiums in the books, Johnson is ready to collect some World Championship hardware.
Fitness influencer Mirna Valerio is learning to ski at 44 and couldn't be happier. Here's where she gets her inspiration.
We caught up with the greatest female racer of all time to see how she’s handling retirement. Turns out, she’s here for it.
The only Canadian skier to win the World Cup Overall title to date is still going strong more than halfway through her seventh decade.
There’s a women’s movement happening in the skiing community, and Revelstoke-based ski coach Leah Evans has—by popular vote—been elected its leader.
This is a story of family, of unconditional love, of silent suffering in a beautiful place. It's also a story about skiing.
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