Mosher wins silver at inaugural para snowboard competition

Landgraaf, Netherlands (November 27, 2012) – Canadian Tyler Mosher earned two silver medals in the sling-shot snowboardcross event at para snowboarding’s competitive debut here last week.

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Last May the International Paralympic Committee announced that para-snowboarding had earned a berth alongside para-skiing in the 2014 Sochi Paralymics. With 30 riders from ten countries competing, the Landgraaf event, which took place at an indoor snowfield, represented a milestone for the nascent discipline.

Whistler, B.C.’s Mosher, an incomplete paraplegic with 40 […]

Skinny skiers making tracks down under

Skinny skiers making tracks down under
Canuck cross-country, Para-Nordic team members excel at New Zealand Winter Games
By Megan Grittani-Livingston
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Whistler’s Tyler Mosher and the members of the Canadian cross-country and Para-Nordic teams put on a powerful show down under, storming through the New Zealand Winter Games to claim multiple medals and podium sweeps.

Racing at the New Zealand Winter Games as part of an off-season training camp, Canada’s cross-country stars got the party started on […]

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Mosher crowned king of the world

Mosher crowned king of the world
Whistler rider wins world adaptive snowboard championships
By Megan Grittani-Livingston

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Whistler’s Tyler Mosher claimed victory over a Kiwi and a Canuck as he sped to the top of the podium at the inaugural World Adaptive Snowboard Championships in Cardrona, New Zealand, last Thursday (July 30).

Rocketing down a slingshot snowboardcross-style course, Mosher posted a time of 75.99 seconds to grab the gold over New Zealand rider Carl Murphy, who won silver […]

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