Adaptive World Cup coming to Canada

GET READY, WORLD, THE 2010 ADAPTIVE SNOWBOARD WORLD CUP IS COMING TO CANADA
Mont-Tremblant will host adaptive riders from around the World

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(West Vancouver, BC – March 17, 2010) The World’s best adaptive riders will be descending on Mont-Tremblant, QC, on April 2nd as Canada, a leader in the execution and promotion of adaptive snowboarding, will host the World Snowboard Federation (WSF) 2010 Adaptive Snowboard World Cup.

Adaptive snowboarders from Canada, the United States, New Zealand, Australia and […]

By |March 17th, 2010|Athletics, On the Web, Snowboarding, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

Leave the Pebbles Behind

Leave the Pebbles Behind
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Meet Tyler Mosher, an elite ambassador and our guest blogger, who is a 2010 Paralympic hopeful in Para-Nordic Skiing. Read his inspiring story below!

Time stood still. I was floating through the air upside down and actually took the time to think that I might die. I thought of the many things I still wanted to do, places I wanted to see. The cool things I was happy I’d done, and […]

By |November 16th, 2009|On the Web, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

Skier navigates life’s obstacles

Skier navigates life’s obstacles
By Daniel Girard
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Tyler Mosher has no illusions “O Canada” will play in his honour or a medal will hang from his neck.
His goals are more modest – make the team competing in Whistler, his hometown, then put in a solid performance, cracking the top-20 in the 10-kilometre cross-country race and the top-12 in the sprint.
“I’m not even that good yet in comparison to the best of the best,” […]

By |October 27th, 2009|On the Web, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

Para-Nordic Skier Tyler Mosher Set to Climbs Stairs of CN Tower in Support of United Way

Para-Nordic Skier Tyler Mosher Set to Climbs Stairs of CN Tower in Support of United Way
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TORONTO – Just nine years ago, Tyler Mosher was told by doctors he would never walk again. Now he is walking for others.

The Canadian Para-Nordic Ski Team member is taking time out of preparations for his first Paralympic Winter Games to join a group from ATHLETESCAN that will climb the stairs of Toronto’s CN Tower in support of the United […]

By |October 25th, 2009|General|0 Comments

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 […]

By |August 26th, 2009|Paralympic Winter Games, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

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 […]

By |August 5th, 2009|Paralympic Winter Games, Tyler in the News|0 Comments