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A Look Back

20 Feb

This is my third winter covering the World Cup for the New York Times. From Bode Miller’s comeback to Vonn’s re-injury, here’s a recap of the season so far:

Ted Ligety Takes Aim at Overall Title

Bode Miller Returns to Prime Form

Ligety Dominates and Miller Surprises

Miller Is the Main Attraction

Vonn Hit Tricky Turn

American Women Have Difficulty Early in the Season

Giving Back After the Race Has Past

On the Comeback trail, Miller is Third, But Disappointed

Felix Neurether Leaves His Mark

For Some Ski Racers, An Advantage Before the Season Even Starts

Svindal Wins Beaver Creek Downhill

Shiffrin Barely Misses Giant Slalom Win

Injury Lifted Hirscher’s Career

The King of Speed

LA Times Picks Up KDVR Historic Hotels Segment

21 Dec

The LA Times picked up the FOX31/KDVR segment I did this morning on Colorado Ski Country’s Best Historic Hotels. Click here to see which hotels made my list….

Fox News

11 Dec

Fox News picked up my story about Swiss ski racer Didier Cuche. Watch out for this guy—he’s on fire and on track to join Franz Klammer as one of the best downhillers ever. Check it out here.

Top Gear for 2011-12 on FOX 31

3 Nov

Last Tuesday, I was featured as a ski expert on FOX 31 / KDVR discussing this season’s top gear.

Check out the clip here…..

Go North, Young Lady

1 Jun

June 1st, almost summer, but I’m still dreaming of big lines and big snow–something like the one Chris Erickson slayed in Alaska’s Takinsha Mountains last spring.

Check it out….

Chris Davenport Slays Everest’s Lhotse Face

24 May

Kastle poster boy Chris Davenport skied Everest’s Lhotse face in mid-May with fellow Aspenite Neal Biedleman, and followed that up with a successful summit bid with Beidleman, Telluride’s Bill Allen from Ophir, Colorado-based Mountain Trip, and a client, Ephi. Congrats, Dav and the rest of your crew!

To read more about his expedition, click here…

Ski Porn Featuring Adam Barker and Julian Carr

12 Apr

Bottom line: Julian Carr rips and Adam Barker wields a camera better than just about anyone in the biz. The shot is from an unusual rocky formation in Utah. Get it, boys!

Check it out…