Sprits Rise at New Gastro-Distillery in Park City

by Marc Guido Park City, UT – A state that many ill-informed out-of-towners mistakenly believe is dry may not seem a logical location to build the world’s first ski-in, ski-out microdistillery and restaurant. But that’s precisely what has taken place just below the Town Lift at the base of Park City Mountain Resort’s Quittin’ Time … Continue reading Sprits Rise at New Gastro-Distillery in Park City

Three U.S. Podiums at Telemark World Cup in Colorado

Silverthorne, CO – While the world was glued to their televisions watching the Olympic Games last week, the best Telemark ski racers in the world gathered in Colorado to compete at the highest level of their sport. Fifty-two racers representing 12 nations raced three races in Steamboat Springs and then moved to Keystone for four … Continue reading Three U.S. Podiums at Telemark World Cup in Colorado

Windham Mountain Ski Area to Attempt World Record Torchlight Parade Saturday

Windham, NY – Windham Mountain, in the Catskill Mountains south of Albany, N.Y., is going to attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest torchlight parade on its ski slopes at dusk this Saturday, around 6 p.m.nThe current world record for a torchlight parade involved 624 people, set in Portugal this past January. … Continue reading Windham Mountain Ski Area to Attempt World Record Torchlight Parade Saturday

Parade in Saranac Lake Friday to Honor Area Olympians

Saranac Lake, NY – On Friday, the Village of Saranac Lake, the Saranac Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, the Women’s Civic Chamber and the Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA), will honor several of the area’s athletes who competed in February’s XXI Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver with a parade beginning at 4 p.m. The parade … Continue reading Parade in Saranac Lake Friday to Honor Area Olympians

Nation’s Team Event at 2010 Audi FIS Ski World Cup Finals to Try New Format

Oberhofen, Switzerland – The Nations’ Team Event in Alpine Skiing will pilot a new format at the climax to the season, the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Finals 2010. Following the proposal of the FIS Alpine Executive Board, the event will be staged in a parallel format on the Kandahar slope in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, on … Continue reading Nation’s Team Event at 2010 Audi FIS Ski World Cup Finals to Try New Format

World Cup Snowboarding’s First Ever Parallel Slalom On a Ramp This Saturday in the Russian Capital

Moscow, Russia – Just one week after the conclusion of the Olympic parallel giant slalom comptitions, it’s again time for the carving specialists on the 2010 LG Snowboard FIS World Cup tour to put on the best wax, sharpen their edges and find the fastest line – but this time on unknown terrain. For the … Continue reading World Cup Snowboarding’s First Ever Parallel Slalom On a Ramp This Saturday in the Russian Capital

U.S. Paralympic Ski Team Named

Colorado Springs, CO – Paralympic gold medalists Allison Jones (Colorado Springs, Colo.), Chris Devlin-Young (Campton, N.H.) and Stephani Victor (Park City, Utah) highlight a group of 30 athletes announced by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) that will make up the U.S. Team set to compete at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games in Vancouver, British Columbia, … Continue reading U.S. Paralympic Ski Team Named