Axel Le Palabe – Pebax Powered® Slopestyle Skiing

I started slopestyle at 14 years old after alpine skiing for 8 years. I became the French champion in Val Thorens in 2016 and this good result allowed me to reach the French national team. My project is to participate at the Olympic games. For that I do physical preparation, Continue Reading

Teach Children Skiing | Episode 4 : Getting On and Off Chair Lifts

Hi everybody, This is Nicholas and we’re at Solitude and this is my son Nicholas. No it’s not… your William huh. Hi everybody, It’s Nicholas and this is my son William and this is Teach Children Skiing Episode 4. The best way to get you and your child on and Continue Reading

S. Korea qualifies for all figure skating events for 2018 PyeongChang

South Korea has qualified for all five figure skating events in the upcoming Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, a first in the nation’s sporting history. The fifth and final qualification came Sunday when the International Skating Union announced the ten countries that will compete in the figure skating team event. South Continue Reading

Jon’s Review-Icelantic Nomad 105 Skis

Hey it’s Jon and I just rode the Icelantic Nomad 105. This ski is one of my favorite in the 100mm under foot width. In crud it performs better than most of the skis that i’ve skied today. While also handling itself on the steeper terrain. Park, still rides the Continue Reading


Researchers have discovered a way to eliminate cavity causing bacteria in candy by covering it in more bacteria. And in order to prove that chemical signals can transfer messages – York University researchers used vodka to send the world’s first chemical text message. Vsauce, Kevin here…. this is Mind Blow. Continue Reading

Jess’s Review-Rossignol Famous 10 Skis

Hi my name is Jess I just got off the Rossignol Famous 10. This ski is definitely, as you can tell by the shape here, is brought down from a race ski of sorts. Its got an oversized side cut on it, meaning that when you get over you can Continue Reading

Building a Family Bike & Skate Ramp

Today I’m building another kicker ramp, but thought it would be a fun challenge to design it specifically for families. It needs to be good for little shredders while also fun enough for big shredders. We built another ramp kind of like this, but it was super heavy. It also Continue Reading

Julie’s Review-Salomon QST Lux 92 Skis

Hi I’m Julie, I just got off the Salomon Lux 92. I give this ski a 5 out of 5 star rating. I thought it was an excellent ski for somebody that is looking for a very versatile all-mountain ski that is light and lively. At 92 under the foot Continue Reading

Do fancy costumes help Skaters win Olympic Glory? | Burning Questions

Where else would you be able to see a giant swan and a besequined harlequin battle it out for top honours on a 30 metre by 60 metre sheet of ice? No, not the world’s weirdest themed fancy dress party, but the Winter Olympic Games. (BURNING QUESTIONS) (DO FANCY COSTUMES Continue Reading