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Mosher Liking his Chances in Sochi Next Year

Whistler rider earns top-five finish at Sochi Paralympic test event – para-snowboading
via: Whister Question

Tyler Mosher now has a good sense of what it will take to become a Paralympic champion one year from now.

The Whistler snowboarder finished fifth in the men’s lower limb impairment class at the test event in Sochi, Russia, last Thursday (March 7) on a course that Mosher likes and feels he will be competitive on during the 2014 Games.

“Now that I […]

By |March 14th, 2013|Athletics, Blog Post, Snowboarding, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

Racing for Sochi

I am so excited to race around the world this year achieving new goals at a higher level than ever before. Twenty-Thirteen is kicking off as a great start to something very special for me. It is a year where I have started a couple (too many) goal achieving processes that I hope to actually enjoy or at least focus more on enjoying the actual process of the achievable goals I have set for myself. […]

By |February 6th, 2013|Athletics, General, Paralympic Winter Games, Snowboarding|0 Comments

The Snowy 2012/2013 Season

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

The new Ski and Snowboard Season has begun for me and my teammates.

The 2012/2013 Season is going to be an exciting year as I train for the first ever Snowboard Medal Event at the Winter Paralympic Games in 2014. Sochi Russia looks amazing and it will be such a unique experience. After representing my country and doing my best in the sport of Cross Country Skiing at Home in the 2010 […]

By |December 20th, 2012|General|0 Comments

2012/2013 Snowboard Season Starts- Recent Media

Mosher second in para-snowboard World Cups
IPC abandons disabled athlete classifications and bases results on raw time
by Andrew Mitchell
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When Whistler’s Tyler Mosher headed to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) World Cup opener at Laandgraaf, Netherlands — an indoor event in one of the largest indoor ski areas in the world — his goal was to win.

In the end he had to settle for two second place finishes in the race, which featured a large […]

By |December 7th, 2012|General|0 Comments

Summer Snow Training for 2014 Snowboarding

You wouldn’t believe it was 34 degrees celsius today and just as hot yesterday in Whistler when I tell you it was snowing on Monday while I was on the glacier.


Well, I worked all weekend trying to make people happy and in turn get them to pay me for services rendered this week. I needed to get ahead of my crews so I can take Tuesday and Thursday to run some Boardercross (SBX) training on […]

By |July 8th, 2012|General|0 Comments

Some Great Media from My Non- Sport Life

When I am not representing Canada as an Athlete living with a disability in either Snowboard or Cross Country Skiing and or talking about my recovery as an Inspirational Speaker, I design and manage the installation of Landscapes in Whistler. This business that I run and  work with some pretty amazing people, not only builds the landscapes we design, but manages the maintenance. Our website, which is as basic as this website, is www.gardenersyard.com. However […]

By |June 28th, 2012|General|0 Comments