Nordic Rock Climbing – Sept. 4th 2012

I headed out to the Nordic rock the other day with my buddy Tristan and his climbing partner Thomas,  repelling myself over the edge of the rock to snap some photos. Here are a few.

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Solo Camp Whistler Mountain – Aug 8th

Yesterday I headed up the mountain solo for the night, I took the camera along to snap some photos. Take a look!

BCMA/CMRC South Series @ GRMX

The past weekend the Green River Motocross Track held the BCMA/CMRC  South Series Spring Double Header. The two days of racing action was full of excitement and perfect racing weather! Supercross racer Kyle Beaton showed up for some fun as he made a clean sweep of both Pro Classes! Despite the fun that most riders had, some others were not so lucky and took some unfortunate crashes landing them in the clinic. Hopefully those who took a fall heal up and get back on their bikes soon!

Kyle Beaton going for the win!

The one and only Zeb Fellows being the 30 second boy for the woman class!

Kyle Beaton

Maia Kerr during her first ever BCMA race!


Future Monster Energy 30 second girl, Anita Facundo.

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Pemberton Speedway – May 12th 2012

On May 12 the Pemberton Speedway held their first race of the season. It was a sunny day with lots of exciting racing action. The event was held 15 minutes north of Whistler at the Pemberton Speedway, just off Highway 99. Come by and check out the family friendly action during the next race scheduled for June 16th.

AFP World Championship Superpipe Finals

The AFP World Championships came to a end yesterday with the Superpipe Eliminations and Finals on Blackcomb mountain witch also marked the last day of the Telus World Ski & Snowboard Festival. Competitors battled through eliminations for one of the 10 open spots for the finals where they met the two pre-qualified athletes, Torin Yater-Wallace and Noah Bowman under grey skies and light rain.  Mike Riddle pulled off an outstanding run that consisted of a double cork 12 mute to some massive back to back left and right side 9’s followed by a huge flatspin 3 bow n’ arrow grab to a switch left 9 mute landing him the win at the final AFP event of the season.

Men’s Superpipe Finals

1) Mike Riddle – 92.6
2) Thomas Krief – 87.0
3) Joss Christensen – 85.6
4) Torin Yater-wallace – 85.2
5) Jossi Wells – 83.2
6) Joffrey Pollet-villard – 81.2
7) Ak Kemppaninen – 76,6
8) Hunter Visser – 72.2
9) Akex Ferreira – 70.0
10) Noah Bowman – 68.2
11) Matt Margetts – 62.6
12) Justin Dorey – 35.0

Hunter Visser rocking a single pole after a recent injury

Women’s Superpipe Finals

1) Maddie Bowman – 93.2
2) Anais Caradeux – 85.0
3) Rosalind Groenewoud – 83.6
4) Annalisa Drew – 73.2
5) Megan Gunning – 66.8
6) Mirjan Jaeger – 64.4
7) Dara Howell – 62.4
8) Katrien Aerts – 62.0
9) Rose Battersby – 60.8
10) Kimmy Sharp – 32.8

Mike Riddle going for the win!


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AFP World Championship Big Air

The AFP World Championships Big Air Finals went down on April 21, in Whistler BC. Conditions were wet, but that didn’t appear to hold any of the athletes back from throwing it down for the 15,000 spectators that gathered in Whistler Village to enjoy the action. 27 men would go through eliminations and only eight would move onto the finals competing for a brand new Chevrolet Sonic. When it was all said and done Gus Kenworthy found himself on top of the podium again after landing a double cork 1620 tail grab, Vincent Gagnier stomped double bio octograbs on both his runs and found himself with a second place finish, and Russ Henshaw took home third with a  double cork 1080 mute to japan grab.

Gus posing for the camera after taking the win!

Men’s Big Air Results
1) Gus Kenworthy – 95.6
2) Vincent Gagnier – 94.2
3) Russ Henshaw – 92.8
4) Bobby Brown – 91.4
5) James Woods – 90.0
6) Torin Yater-Wallace – 89.0
7) Alexi Godbout – 88.6
8) Kai Mahier 80.8

Women’s Big Air Results
1) Emma Dahlstorm – 67.4
2) Eveline Bhend – 62.4
3) Rose Battersby – 45.2
4) Keltie Hansen – 36.0
5) Annalisa Drew – 31.0

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Stay tuned for coverage of the Superpipe Finals.

AFP World Championship Slopestyle Finals

Friday April 20th was the AFP World Championship Slopestyle Finals on Blackcomb Mountain. This event is a platinum level event worth 1100 points total towards AFP rankings, which is only a 100 points less than X Games so the athletes threw it down, going big all day long . Telluride, Colorado`s Gus Kenworthy took the win for the men, and Anna Segal from Richmond, Australia took it for the woman . 18 year old local ripper and a good friend of mine Yuki Tsubota took 3rd place in her first AFP World Championship Competition impressing the judges as she threw it down all day long.
Bobby Brown sending it over the first jump
Bobby Brown sending it over the channel for a 6th place finish
Gus Kenworthy hitting the channel on his run for 1st place.
Men’s Slopestyle Finals:
1) Gus Kenworthy – 92.4
2) James Woods – 89.4
3) Joss Christensen – 88.8
4) Russ Henshaw – 88.0
5) Tom Wallisch – 87.8
6) Bobby Brown – 84.0
7) Torin Yater-Wallace – 78.6
8) Noah Morrison – 78.6
9) PK Hunder – 43.6
10) Henrik Harlaut – 33.0
Anna Seagal flipping her way to victory for the women.
Women’s Slopestyle Finals:
1) Anna Segal – 90.0
2) Emilia Wint – 86.4
3) Yuki Tsubota – 83.0
4) Ashley Battersby – 78.2
5) Eveline Bhend – 77.4
6) Dara Howell – 74.8
7) Emma Dahlstrorm – 58.0
8) Annalisa Drew – 57.6
9) Keri Herman – 50.4
10) Devin Logan – 29.8
11) Rose Battersby – 26.6
Tom Wallisch launching off the cannon rail
Gus Kenworthy sending it off the “hockey stick” on his way to a first place finish
Volkl’s Carson Lehouillier railing his way down the course
Thomas Pool flying high
Erik Hughes still smiling after taking a crash
Check back for more coverage from the AFP World Championships, including Big Air and superpipe final!

FIBT World Cup Bobsleigh

Today was the World Cup 4-Man Bobsleigh at the Whistler Sliding Centre. I hiked up to the start to shoot a couple photos, heres what I came out with.

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Skiing January 27th – Whistler Mountain

I headed up the hill with Tristan Underhill and Edi Schreyer to get some shots of them shredding the recent pow La Niña treated us with.

Here are a few photos from the day.

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