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11:24 pm
Thu February 6, 2014

Backcountry Skiing & Boarding: The Future of Snowsports?

The future? SnowSports Industries America Snow Show, 2014.
Credit Andrew M. Israel

The next big thing in skiing and snowboarding is already here. At least, that’s according to the heavy hitters in the snow sports industry, which held its annual conference this last weekend in Denver. Aspen blogger Andrew M. Israel was there to take it all in. He writes the AspenSpin.com, and occasionally for aspenpublicradio.org. Israel says one of the best moments doesn’t really have much to do with snow: "Always one of my favorites is waffles on a stick, at the Vans booth. 

 

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CrossCurrents
3:29 pm
Wed February 5, 2014

CrossCurrents - AVSC & the Olympics

The Aspen Valley Ski & Snowboard Club has four alums competing in the Sochi Olympics this year. Tyler Lindsey, Walt Evans and Amy Throm talk about the program.

http://www.teamavsc.org/

2014 Winter Olympics
7:50 am
Tue January 7, 2014

Lindsey Vonn "Devastated", Unable to Compete in Sochi

Skier Lindsey Vonn says she will not be able to compete in the Winter Olympics next month.

Vonn made the announcement on social media around 6:30am MT this morning:

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Skating
3:30 pm
Wed December 11, 2013

CrossCurrents - Stars on Aspen Ice

Stars on Aspen Ice with the Revolution Skating Club, featuring Olympian and Aspenite Jeremy Abbott, along with Peggy Behr of the Revolution Skating Club.

Tickets and more information: click here.

Sports
4:19 pm
Mon November 11, 2013

Armstrong Probably Not Involved in Death Threats

Travis Tygart, CEO of the US Anti-Doping Agency, or USADA.
Credit James Startt

Making a death threat against someone in another state gets serious attention from federal law enforcement. Two passionate Lance Armstrong fans recently plead guilty to threatening one of the top people investigating whether the iconic athlete doped. One was Utah resident Robert Hutchins, who will be sentenced in February in Denver. He faces up to five years in jail and a maximum $250,000 fine. In a separate case, Florida resident and doctor Gerrit Kuechle Keats plead guilty to similar threatening charges earlier this fall.

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