Fifteen Canadians at X-Games

Fifteen Canadian snowboarders to compete in X-Games 15 in five official snowboard events


A total of fifteen Canadian snowboarders will be in Aspen, Colorado to partake in X-Games 15 from January 27-30, 2011 in big air, slopestyle, halfpipe, snowboard cross, snowboard street and para-snowboard.

National team member Dominique Maltais of Petite-Rivière-St-François, QC will be riding in the women’s snowboard cross competition. Maltais is currently ranked first in the FIS […]

By |January 26th, 2011|Athletics, On the Web, Snowboarding, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

Athletes Can – Supporting Canadian Athletes – Tyler Mosher

Athletes Can – Supporting Canadian Athletes
Tyler Mosher
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Tyler Mosher is not only the number one adaptive snowboarder in the world; he is also a competitive member of the Canadian cross country ski team and 2010 hopeful. As an athlete leader off the field, Tyler has literally put the sport of adaptive snowboarding on the map by lobbying for its recognition as a competitive sport by the World Snowboard Federation and the Canadian Snowboard […]

By |January 24th, 2011|On the Web, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

Inspirational Speaking Bio

Tyler Mosher broke his back in nine places while Snowboarding on December 30th 2000. His L-1 vertebrae exploded on impact after falling 10 metres on to the top of his head leaving him permanently disabled and paralyzed below the waist. The prognosis at the time of injury was a complete spinal cord injury and Tyler would live in a wheel chair for the rest of his life. However, Tyler’s spinal cord injury turned out to […]

By |September 7th, 2010|General|0 Comments

Mosher Adaptive Snowboard Champ

Mont-Tremblant hosts the 2010 Adaptive World Cup and Canadian Championships


(Mont-Tremblant, QC– April 2, 2010) Tyler Mosher (Whistler, BC), current World Champion, won the World Snowboard Federation (WSF) 2010 Adaptive Snowboard World Cup today in Mont-Tremblant, QC. The event was also the grounds for the Canadian Adaptive Championship, which Tyler captured for the second year in a row.

Tyler has had a busy season. He competed in the 2010 […]

By |April 2nd, 2010|Athletics, On the Web, Snowboarding, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

Thank You and Welcome

Seven years of work and it is all over. I am a Paralympian and I am proud of my experience. I want to thank all of the people who helped me and those who support my dreams and aspirations. This is my first blog on my website and I appreciate your interest. I will start updating my content more regularly. Thanks you once again. Sincerely, Tyler

By |March 24th, 2010|General|0 Comments

Adaptive Snowboarding eyes Paralympics

Adaptive Snowboarding eyes Paralympics
Ten countries gather in Whistler to discuss the future of the sport


(Whistler, BC – March 22, 2010) Representatives from sport organizations in ten countries met on Friday evening to discuss the future of adaptive snowboarding and its potential addition to the program of the Paralympic Winter Games. The reception, which was hosted by Canada~Snowboard at the Nita Lake Lodge in Whistler, B.C., was held to promote and increase awareness […]

By |March 23rd, 2010|Athletics, On the Web, Snowboarding, Tyler in the News|0 Comments