Swedish freeski pioneer Jon Olsson is perhaps known for his lavish lifestyle as much as his freestyle roots, but after taking a hiatus, he has decided to make a comeback.
Perhaps known for his lavish lifestyle as much as his freestyle roots, Jon Olsson will try his hand at freeskiing again this season after an Olympic-inspired hiatus.
Freeskier Andreas Fransson was killed in an avalanche in Chile with JP Auclair on Monday. We look back on Fransson's life of exploration.
On September 29, 2014, freeski pioneer JP Auclair was killed in an avalanche. Photographer Nate Abbott compiled a selection of photos to remember his friend.
A creative force in skiing for nearly 20 years, JP Auclair's death -- on Monday in an avalanche in Chile -- will be felt by the sport in ways large and small.
Two of the premier skiers in the world, Andreas Fransson of Sweden and J.P. Auclair of Canada, died in an avalanche on a remote peak in South America on Monday.
The 2014 iF3 International Freeski Film Festival went down last week in Montreal, Canada, and we've got highlights. Check this out.
Nike confirmed Thursday that it will be dropping skiing and snowboarding from its action sports program, dropping its team and halting product production after 2014.
Talking 20 years of Poor Boyz Productions in their new ski film out this fall, "Twenty"
On Friday, MSP and Red Bull premiered "Days of My Youth" in Colorado. While you wait for the movie to roll into your town, here's a photographic look behind the scenes.
Tim Durtschi has been mainly a film skier, which may give him an advantage in this year's X Games Real Ski Backcountry video contest
Behind the scenes of Lynsey Dyer's all women's ski film, "Pretty Faces," which is set to premiere September 30
Pro skier Will Wesson does a tour of the freeskiing summer camps now in session, from Windells at Mount Hood to Woodward Copper in Colorado
Matchstick Productions drops new trailer and announces premiere for two-year film project "Days of My Youth"
New Zealand's club fields, tiny ski hills with no snowmaking and limited grooming, offer a time machine to a no-frills past
New Zealand's club fields are like no other ski areas in the world. But with low snowfall winters and small visitor numbers, can they stay in the game?