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Jess Rich Snowmass Park session

A little clip of Pro Ride camper now turn Pro Jess Rich at Snowmass Apen before taking home 1st place at the Snowmass Aspen Open 2012 


Video of the week: #1

The first of many weekly videos coming to you all summer long. Stay tuned, and dream of winter.
This is Richard Webb after a short hike up Flute Bowl on Whistler.



Whistler Blackcomb Hiring snowboard instructors for 2012-13

Whistler Blackcomb Snow School will be interviewing candidates for full-time ski and snowboard kids instructor positions in June and July.

Applications will be open until the first week of June for a 1st round of interviews and then reopen at the end of June for those who did not have the chance to apply in May/beginning June. The second set of interviews will be held mid-July.

Part-time kids position applications will open at the beginning of August with interviews held at the end of August and throughout September.

Note: To apply you must have your CASI Level 2 (or foreign equivalent) in order to qualify.

Perisher Opens Early

Perisher in NSW

, Australia will be the 1st Southern Hemisphere resort to open this weekend June 2nd a week ahead of schedule due to early snowfalls, low temperatures and snowmaking.

Opening lifts and areas will be the Village Eight Express & Carpet, with Mitchel T-bar on standby.  A terrain park will be open on front valley with an Early Bird Park Jam Comp.

All Perishers proceeds from the ticket sales for the weekend will be donated to the local community, with the aim raising and surpassing 2011`s total of $25,000 for various charities.

Telus Fest: Intersection

The 2nd annual showdown of the action-sports filmmaking industry’s top dogs is rearing its fire-breathing, flare-throwing head again. From cats on skis to epic backcountry powder stashes to blown up sleds, this is the ultimate event. 

With only 7 days to shoot, edit and produce a 5-7 minute extreme sports short film, film crews will be chosen to take on this never seen before challenge.  The only pre-requisites are each team must consist of both a skier and a snowboarder and each film must contain 30 seconds of park footage, 30 seconds of WB in-bound terrain, it must be shot within 100km of Whistler and 75% of all footage must be on snow. 2011 participating teams have been invited back, with more spots up for grabs for new competitors.
Teams battled it out for the grand prize of $15,000 with each team receiving $1,000 for participating. Once again reigning champions Voleuz took the top spot with their "The Art Of Flight" spoof "The Science of Airborning"


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