The Death of the Pro Skier

by Sklar
Jan 18th 2018 - 40 comments

While the “playing field” in action sports like skiing has always been somewhat level, the democratization of viewership thanks to technology has further blurred the definition of professional, and also made it harder to make a living as a skier. This begs the question, are professional skiers a dying breed?

Dangerous Virus Spreads Across Korean Peninsula

by JasonBrown85
Jan 9th 2018 - 0 comments

A new wave of avian influenza A-(H5N6) rapidly spreads across the Korean Peninsula. Despite the large-scale and expensive measures to curb the spread of the virus with the help of national army, South Korean authorities still prepare to host Winter Olympics.

Why We Love The Dew Tour Team Challenge

by Sklar
Dec 15th 2017 - 12 comments

This year’s Dew Tour Team Challenge splits your typical contest into three separate section, jibs, jumps, and pipe. At the end of the event, the team with the highest cumulative score takes the crown.

What is Going on with 4FRNT?

by Sklar
Dec 13th 2017 - 28 comments

Less than six month after Jason Levinthal bought 4FRNT, a shakeup in long-standing team skiers has surfaced many questions about his intended direction for the legacy indy ski brand. So, rather than speculate, we gave Levinthal a call to ask him, what’s going on with 4FRNT?