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  • Overnight snowfall a boon to local ski resorts

     
    Local ski resort operators greeted with glee today an overnight blanket of snow ensuring that they will be open throughout the Thanksgiving holiday. In recent years, mountain areas were devoid of snow when Thanksgiving rolled around, hurting the season....
  • Burton unveils its Olympic U.S. snowboard team uniform for 2010

     
    Burton, the Vermont-based snowboarding company, unveiled the U.S. snowboard team uniform for the upcoming 2010 Winter Olympics today. And true to the company's street-style roots, it looks like a get-up any stylish dude in Burlington might wear on a...
  • Snowboarder dies in jumping accident at Snow Summit Ski Area

     
    A 23-year-old Los Angeles man died after hitting his head while snowboarding at the Snow Summit Ski Area in Big Bear Lake, the San Bernardino County Coroner's office said today. Kwang Kim suffered the injury Wednesday while attempting a jump,......
  • Snowboarder Kevin Pearce in critical condition after halfpipe accident

     
    Top Olympic snowboarding hopeful Kevin Pearce is in critical condition, injured while training in Park City, Utah, for next week's Olympics qualifier at Mammoth Mountain Ski Area. Pearce, 22, hit his head above one of his eyes on an icy......
  • Snowboarder Kevin Pearce remains in critical condition with traumatic brain injury

     
    Snowboarder Kevin Pearce remains in critical condition at the University of Utah hospital after a head injury sustained while training in the halfpipe at Park City, Utah, for this week's Olympics qualifier at Mammoth Mountain Ski Area. Pearce was...
  • Snowboarder Danny Davis on his near-perfect run

     
    Not one, or two ... but three double corks. Snowboarder Danny Davis had a run for the ages on Wednesday afternoon in winning the men's halfpipe Grand Prix event at Mammoth. (Kelly Clark won the women's halfpipe, qualifying for the......
  • Snowboarder Kevin Pearce is regaining consciousness; has been upgraded from critical to serious condition

     
    Snowboarder Kevin Pearce has been upgraded from critical to serious condition, according to his doctors at the University of Utah hospital. Although Pearce still faces a long recovery, this is a very big step and his doctors are "cautiously" optimistic,.....
  • Snowboarding: White, Bleiler win at Mammoth

     
    Shaun White conquered the halfpipe at Mammoth on Saturday afternoon. Vancouver? Bring it on. With his snowboarding Grand Prix win, White made the U.S. Olympic team, the first to do so on the men's side. (On Wednesday, Kelly Clark clinched......
  • Lawmaker proposes helmets for underage skiers, snowboarders

     
    A state legislator wants the law requiring minors to wear helmets when they ride a bicycle to be extended to skiing and snowboarding. Charges that the proposal is a new step toward "nanny government" were quick to follow. State Sen.......
  • Snowboarder Kevin Pearce continues to recover and improve at Utah hospital

     
    Snowboarder Kevin Pearce is continuing to recover at the University of Utah Hospital, making great strides in his improvement, which is encouraging to his doctors as well as to his family. “Kevin continues to improve and is actively participating in.......
  • Huntington Beach woman dies while snowboarding in Colorado

     
    A Huntington Beach woman snowboarding in Colorado has died after apparently drowning in a creek when her helmet got caught between rocks, authorities said today. Mary Scott King, 50, had been heli-skiing Saturday in the Mineral Creek Basin near Telluride....
  • Danny Davis injured, out of Olympics

     
    Snowboarding Olympic hopeful Danny Davis will have back surgery later today in Utah, putting him out of competitive action the rest of 2010. The surgery will be to repair a L3 spine fracture, which occurred early Sunday morning when Davis......