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X Games


Another eXtreme Games has come and gone; this is my account from my third time competing at the frozen circus, hosted in a little place called Assspen.

There’s plenty of questions as to why I subject myself to the violent impacts of the Mono Ski X course. Here’s my .o2c.  I love the thrill of head to head competition (especially this year when I was (unfortunately) lined up beside the downhill legend, 220lb New Jersey Native, know as Bramble, whom subsequently mowed me over in the semi-finals).  …

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the next chapter


Dear Canada,

To live a life of adventure is my wildest dream come true.

I’ve had the incredible honour of representing our beautiful country at events all over the world, including the Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014 Paralympic Games.  Being Canada’s Flag Bearer at the Closing Ceremonies of the Sochi Paralympics was an extraordinary feeling and something that will forever live on through me.


Preparing for the Vancouver 2010 Paralympics as a member of the Canadian Para-Alpine Team was an incredible experience, and competing on home soil in the presence of friends and family was beyond words.…

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blurred lines


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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