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Where does a guy begin?  It’s been four months since the Paralympic Games in Sochi, where I was fortunate enough to be able to represent my country for the second time (first being Vancouver 2010).  To be honest I never really thought I would go to the games for a second time, in hindsight, I am glad that I did.


Not because of the results per say, but more for the lessons learned throughout the build up and the actual games. …

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Spring Break


Last spring the Salomon Mountain Collective asked me to join the FreeskiTV crew at Chatter Creek for a ski trip with Cody Townsend, Josh Daiek and Leah Evans.  The stoke was high to join up with the crew and learn from some of the best in the industry.


Heading into the lodge we were given a preliminary report that the forecast was calling for sunshine, and lots of it.  Normally bluebird skies are welcomed with open arms but with a lack of fresh snow the conditions were not looking optimal for what we had in mind; big drops, big lines and pillow times.…

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This blog is gonna have to be quick and dirty as I have less than an hour before the official Paralympic Blackout (where I am no longer aloud to do anything that would even remotely be considered promoting my personal sponsors, including using my website to blog).. it’s crazy I know?!  But these are the rules I must abide to if I want to represent my country at the greatest sporting event around.

I’d like to point out all the companies that have helped me get to where I am at today.  …

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Before setting new goals for the new year I like to take a look back and take stock of what was.  And when I scroll through my stories I can see that this past year was filled with action, adventure, challenges and a whole lot of love.  From living the nomadic ski racer lifestyle to going exploring the backcountry via snowcat and heli.  The spring time gave opportunity to take part in a variety of adventures (both on and off snow).  …

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Heading to the land of Swiss cheese and chocolate has to be one of the most tempting trips of the year.


But the reality of this particular journey was a game of sixes.  On one hand it was imperative for me to go and put the equipment testing, which has been haunting me for over a year, to rest.  On the other hand my shoulder is still on the mend and another fall could end my season.  Not to be dramatic but it was a rather heavy debate.…

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