Today Canada and the United States remain the dominant countries, and other nations must close the gap if women’s hockey is to thrive at the international level.
It’s good to be reminded that even the world’s most serious athletes can let loose.
From Februray 14 – 22, 2015, Breckenridge Ski Resort in Colorado is hosting its first Women’s Ski Week. Featuring women’s-specific ski and snowboard lessons, equipment demos, happy hours, and special screenings of women’s ski films, the First Annual Women’s Ski Week is the perfect opportunity to get together with your besties or make new friends […]
Baby, it’s cold outside. But that doesn’t stop these intrepid powderhounds from skiing naked. This clip from Valhalla will inspire you to leave those smelly, sweaty baselayers behind and experience the freedom of the hills. Forget about those bikini slaloms on sunny spring days—this is the Full Monty, skiing powder in the nude. Brrrr….
If you haven’t yet discovered Southern Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, it is time. The San Juans in the winter offer the perfect combination of terrific powder snow and bluebird sunny days, and the mountains are by far the state’s most beautiful. The jagged, high elevation peaks are the jewel of the Rockies and are the […]
U.S. women alpine racers made history this weekend in Alberta, Canada, with the first-ever World Cup podium sweep for men or women. Lindsey Vonn won in her second race since returning after being sidelined from the Sochi Olympics by a knee injury. Stacey Cook took second, and Julia Mancuso took third. Cook is a three-time […]
“All in all, this was a good day in Lillehammer, Norway, with light snow and wind coming from behind,” said Head Coach Alan Alborn.
Pretty Faces will premier in Telluride this weekend! And Women’s Adventure magazine is co-hosting.