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Best Blackcomb podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Blackcomb podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Snowboarding School and Heliski Holiday take flight with Eagle Pass Heliskiing. Snowboarding School is run by myself John Ciampa a professional wordpress blogger and SEO expert. We will be creating content for Heliski Holiday a heliski/heliboard concierge service to use to showcase what Eagle Pass Heliskiing to offer skiers and riders of all abliti…
 
The Paralympic Winter Games are upon us and it's time to learn more about adaptive skiing and riding. Whistler Blackcomb’s Adaptive Ski and Snowboard program caters to people with disabilities. Meet Canadian Para-Alpine ski racer Matt Hallat, an alumni of the program, and the coaches who help make this program possible.…
 
Snowmaking at Whistler Blackcomb and what it takes to keep skiing from the start of the season all the way to spring. Former ski Olympian Nancy Greene talks about her 2010 Olympic experience by lighting the Olympic caldron and explains how ski racing has changed from her day.By Whistler Blackcomb
 
In this episode, Toaster meets up with Canadian ski legend Steve Podborski for a tour of the Dave Murray Downhill on Whistler Mountain. Podborski is the Chef de Mission for Canadian athletes at the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. He is also a former Crazy Canuck ski racer. The course, named after fellow Crazy Canuck, Dave Murray, i…
 
This episode, learn how local ski racing Olympian's shaped their turns here with the Whistler Mountain Ski Club. See how Britt Janyk made us and the WMSC proud in the ladies' downhill. Then every night of the games see how the Fire and Ice show is heating up the base of the slopes - we take a peek at the revised event.…
 
From snow-cross to halfpipe, meet three Sea to Sky athletes who are competing in the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Julia Murray, daughter of famous Crazy Canuck downhill skier Dave Murray, is set to hit the slopes in ski cross. Local Maëlle Ricker is competing in snowboard cross. Halfpipe athlete Justin Lamoureux reflects on his experiences at the las…
 
We've had 37cm of snow in the last 2 days and with no lift lines, people are enjoying great powder turns to themselves. Kristy takes us up on the mountain and into the village for the Day 1 of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. From kangaroo costumes, to fuzzy pink jackets to national flags, people are showing their national pride and Whistler is busti…
 
Whistler Blackcomb torch bearers Arthur DeJong and Cate Webster carried the torch over the weekend. Watch highlights from the Torch Relay that passed through Whistler and find out what the experience means to them. Next, meet Andree Janyk, mother of Canadian Alpine Ski Team athletes Britt and Michael Janyk. YP from whistler Blackcomb’s events team …
 
Back in the day, when snowboarding was considered more of a crime than a sport, Whistler was THE place to shred the gnar on one plank. With the help of local snowboarding historians, Toaster takes us back to the old school, when people would drive across the continent for one hit on the famous Blackcomb “wind lip.” Whistler Blackcomb helped pave th…
 
Whistler Blackcomb was born for the games. Originally built with the 1968 Olympic bid in mind, Whistler was made the Games. Now, we’re less than two months away from the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games and excitement is mounting. Meet long-time locals Brian Leighton and Jessica “Pika” Turner and find out what this town is all about.…
 
Toaster, a snowboarder, hasn’t skied for many years, but in this episode, he decides to get back on 2 planks. He meets up with snowboard instructor, Ryan Pepper and ski instructor Sebastian Baribeau from the Whistler Blackcomb Ski and Snowboard School, who teach you a few skills so you can rip the hills.…
 
We’re opening 12 days early this Nov. 14 With 108cm/42 inches of snow in the last 7 days, there is a ton of white gold to play in this Saturday. Toaster gets us ready for an epic season with a gear guide session by experts at Showcase Snowboards and CAN-SKI. He also takes us to the 100 Day countdown to the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Winter …
 
Episode 11 of the Whistler Blackcomb Snowcast, presented by TELUS is now online The countdown is on for the largest party of the year! The TELUS World Ski and Snowboard Festival runs April 17-26, 2009. Join Toaster as he goes down the rabbit hole to find out more about this epic festival!By Whistler Blackcomb
 
Alex Hearn and Stephen Butt are the voices of Whistler Blackcomb’s Snow Report, powered by TELUS. Find out how early they wake up in the morning to bring you the latest snow and weather info on the Snow Report. Next, meet Jan Tindle, one of Whistler Blackcomb’s avalanche forecasters to learn how these experts take weather data. Finally, meet the cu…
 
Inspired by the awesome storms that often rage through the Coast Mountains each January, dumping feet upon feet of perfect powder onto Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, the GORE-TEX Deep Winter Experience has stormed into town, January 9-18. The event features ski clinics, avalanche awareness tours and GORE-TEX discounts. The Deep Winter Photo Chal…
 
Whistler and Blackcomb mountains were officially united on Dec. 12 with the grand opening of the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola. Skiing, riding and sightseeing on the mountains has forever changed at Whistler Blackcomb. Meet some of the first riders and a couple crazy base jumpers who christened the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola…
 
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