A woman has died while skiing at Perisher in NSW's Snowy Mountains.
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) - Water skiers from across the state are braving the heat, spending their Sunday at Lake Shawnee. Around 85 people competed in events like slalom and jumps for the Kansas Water Ski state Championship. People of all ages that do well today will move on to the Midwest regionals, but skiers say it's not just about competing. "These kids are very family oriented so as you've seen in the parking lot a lot of RV's come up, a lot of family support. Brothers, sisters, parents, grandparents stuff like that. So everybody comes out to encourage them," said Jimmy Hubbard. The national's championship for water ski is August 10th in Wichita and it's the first year the free event will be
US Performance Academy (USPA) and International Ski Racing Academy (ISRA) have partnered in order to provide a flexible and accessible educational opportunity for female ski racing athletes in middle and high school who want to pursue their goals of making a national team, or excelling in collegiate ski racing while being challenged academically. US Performance Academy (USPA) and International Ski Racing Academy (ISRA) have partnered in order to provide a flexible and accessible educational opportunity for female ski racing athletes in middle and high school who want to pursue their goals of making a national team, or excelling in collegiate ski racing while being challenged academically. Through
A couple hoping to restore a dilapidated ski lodge west of Sisters in central Oregon has received a $20,000 state grant to launch the effort. The Bulletin reports in a story on Friday that Friends of Santiam Pass Ski Lodge received the grant from the State Historic Preservation Office. Salem couple Dwight and Susan Sheets founded Friends of Santiam Pass Ski Lodge. They're relying on grants and private donations to raise the $2 to $3 million to renovate the historic lodge. They signed a five-year permit from the U.S. Forest Service in May to begin work on the lodge that's on Forest Service land. The lodge first opened in 1940. The Sheets hope to have the lodge available for daytime visits within
Ski Mask's first words after cutting off his trademark dreadlocks were "Yeah.Bitch." The XXL Freshman wouldn't really benefit from being taken too seriously, but you'd be hard pressed to find a more solemn statement than that. Two hours ago, Ski Mask shared a selfie depicting his clean cut look. You can pass judgement all you want, (and some sure did) but sometimes boredom just sets in. One user in particular was particularly confused, because they never considered Ski Mask without his signature wave cap. Another internet "bully" took advantage of a negative slant by posing as "Josh," Ski Mask's supposed high school nemesis. The user started off rather positively by apologizing for giving Ski
By Rory Carroll LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The world's best overall women's ski racer Mikaela Shiffrin, who for the second successive year was the highest paid athlete in the sport, said Alpine skiing can serve as a model for equal pay. The 23-year-old American, who again earned more than the men's top athlete Austria's Marcel Hirscher, said she is proud to be part of a sport that recognizes the achievements of women as equal to those of men. "Gender equality and equal pay in the workplace are hot topics right now and ski racing is one of the most equal professions out there," Shiffrin, who took home 702,774 Swiss francs (USD $710,734) in prize money, told Reuters on Sunday.
Moody's Investors Service has assigned a Baa1 rating to the proposed senior unsecured USD notes to be issued by SK Innovation Co. Ltd. (SKI, Baa1 stable). SKI plans to use the proceeds mainly for general corporate purposes, including the repayment of outstanding borrowings, working capital and capital spending. "SKI's Baa1 ratings reflect its Baa2-level underlying credit strength, underpinned by its position as Korea's largest refining and marketing company by production volume and capacity, as well as its vertically integrated and diverse operations," says Wan Hee Yoo, a Moody's Vice President and Senior Credit Officer.
Analysts expect Peak Resorts Inc (NASDAQ:SKIS) to post $52.65 million in sales for the current fiscal quarter, according to Zacks. Five analysts have provided estimates for Peak Resorts' earnings, with the highest sales estimate coming in at $53.80 million and the lowest estimate coming in at $51.60 million. Peak Resorts reported sales of $51.26 million in the same quarter last year, which would indicate a positive year over year growth rate of 2.7%. The business is expected to announce its next earnings results before the market opens on Thursday, July 12th. On average, analysts expect that Peak Resorts will report full year sales of $128.29 million for the current fiscal year, with estimates
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Relief and sadness set in after police recovered the body of a man they believe is 38-year-old Steamboat Springs resident Matthew Shelters, who went missing more than two months ago. The body was found by Routt County Commissioner Cari Hermacinski on Wednesday afternoon along the bank of Soda Creek just north of Steamboat city limits. "We're very saddened by the outcome," Steamboat Springs Police Chief Cory Christensen said. "We're glad for the closure for the family. I think that's something we desperately wanted to happen." On Wednesday, Hermacinski was enjoying the Fourth of July with friends at her house on the north side of Old Town Steamboat. Hermacinski and friends