Three Adaptive Riders to Represent Canada at 2nd World Adaptive Snowboard Championships

Three Adaptive Riders to Represent Canada at 2nd World Adaptive Snowboard Championships
The second World Adaptive Snowboard Championships to be held in Cardrona, New Zealand

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Canada Snowboard will send three of its top adaptive riders to the second World Adaptive Snowboard Championships, to be held at the Cardrona Alpine Resort in New Zealand from July 26th to 30th.

The Canadian delegation will be represented by defending Canadian Champion Tyler Mosher of Whistler, BC, Ian Lockey […]

By |July 17th, 2009|Athletics, On the Web, Snowboarding, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

Tyler Mosher and Emily Cavallin Crowned Canadian Adaptive Snowboard Champions

The second Canadian Adaptive National Championships proved to be a successful event
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(West Vancouver, BC – January 30, 2009) The Canadian Snowboard Federation (CSF) held its largest National Adaptive Snowboarding Championships yesterday at Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver, British Columbia where athletes from five nations competed for the title. The championships were followed by an innovative Sport Building Workshop with stakeholders from around the globe which occurred today in Vancouver.

In the men’s category, Tyler Mosher of […]

By |January 30th, 2009|Athletics, On the Web, Snowboarding, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

Haywood Report: Dreams Come True

Haywood Report: Dreams Come True
By Tyler Mosher

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I find it hard to believe.

I never dreamed of this growing up.

It is becoming so real.

To think, seven years ago I was never supposed to walk again after falling 10 metres onto my head into a buttress while traversing Blackcomb glacier on my snowboard. It was surreal. All of a sudden I am flipped upside down, ground I assumed was there wasn’t and I am […]

By |December 1st, 2008|On the Web, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

Canadian Adaptive Snowboarders Dominate at USASA Nationals

Canadian Adaptive Snowboarders Dominate at USASA Nationals
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Vancouver, BC, April 10, 2007 – The 2006-07 snowboard season is wrapping up, but athletes of the Canadian Adaptive Snowboard Program were making every last day count as they cleaned up at the United States of America Snowboard Association Nationals this past weekend.

Leading the charge was Rossland, BC native Ian Lockey, 33, who took Gold in all five competitions over the weekend, including Slopestyle, Halfpipe, […]

By |April 10th, 2007|Athletics, On the Web, Snowboarding, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

National Team Athletes Shine at Canadian Birkebeiner

National Team Athletes Shine at Canadian Birkebeiner
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A number of athletes from Cross Country Canada’s national and Para-Nordic Ski Teams not only hit the start line, but rose to the top in the Canadian Birkebeiner in Edmonton on Saturday.

While former Canadian Ski Team athletes, Milaine Theriault and Robin McKeever, won their individual categories while skiing 55 kilometres with 12-pound packs, Team 2007 member Chris Jeffries won the Birkie Lite race where athletes […]

By |January 24th, 2007|On the Web, Tyler in the News|0 Comments

Tyler Mosher/Kaspar Wirz receive preliminary FACE program funding

Jesse Heckrodt/Phil Wallensteen & Tyler Mosher/Kaspar Wirz receive preliminary FACE program funding
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In partnership with Own the Podium, Petro-Canada has launched a program called Fuelling Athlete and Coaching Excellence (FACE). This commitment by Petro-Canada to preserve their athlete development legacy with long-term, ongoing athlete and coach funding beyond the current sponsorship period is a very exciting initiative. The details of this exciting new program were publicly announced on November 3, 2006 at the […]

By |April 24th, 2006|On the Web, Tyler in the News|0 Comments