On filmmaking, conquering fear, and coping with death.
On how skiing can save your life
On punk rock, monoskiing, and becoming a female role model in the sport of skiing.
The creator of bamboo ski poles on injury, climate change, and Dazed and Confused. Interviewed By Gordy Megroz
The pioneering freeskier on fatherhood, snowboarding, and nearly losing his leg.
On reckoning with change, therapeutic fly tying, and staying positive.
On Alaska heli skiing, staying humble, and trying not to die.
On growing up in Pittsburgh, freeskiing’s Olympic debut, and why urban skiing is worth the effort.
On moguls, mullets, and why East Coast skiing is superior.
Bobbie Burns talks brass balls, hotdoggin', and the resurrection of a legendary ski.
On working with Shane, losing Arne, and not feeling the need to B.A.S.E. jump ever again.
On love, risk, and back flips.
On skiing the Grand Teton, yodeling, and spirituality.
On 50-degree slopes, bone grafting, and Down syndrome.
Plake on guidebooks, his current biggest vice (licorice), and what's pushing the next generation of pro skiers.
On Shane McConkey, compost, and recovering from two knee injuries.
The accidental 1988 Olympic hero on learning to ski jump in five months, the conspiracy to keep him down, and plastic surgery.
Wieringa on avalanche control, running a ski resort, and shooting a big ol' gun.
On going pro at 13, Chamonix, and his father’s legacy.
On filming, sit skis, and fellow French Canadians.