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Tommy Thompson Undergoes Surgery After Waterskiing Accident | Local News

[ad_1] Tommy Thompson, the longest-serving governor in Wisconsin history and acting president of the University of Wisconsin system, said he had surgery on Thursday, September 16 after a “little water-skiing accident” during of the weekend. Thompson, the former four-term Republican governor, wrote on Facebook that he needed to reattach his …

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What skiers can expect from French slopes this winter

[ad_1] Good news for Brits eager to hit the slopes: resorts in France will be accessible again this 2021/22 season. But, as with everything we go through, it will be a little different. My taste of what the new normal of traditional chalet holidays will be like begins when I …

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Tommy Thompson undergoes surgery after waterskiing accident

[ad_1] Interim University of Wisconsin president Tommy Thompson underwent surgery Thursday morning following a water-skiing accident, according to a post on his Facebook page. The former governor, who is a few months away from his 80th birthday, said he needed to “reattach my biceps to the tendon”. UW System spokesman …

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10 most charming mountain towns in America

[ad_1] Mountain towns have a charm and appeal like nowhere else. Usually quaint and full of character, they offer some of the best mountain views, skiing, hiking, and outdoor experiences. Many American mountain towns are also well known for their award-winning food and drink options. Legendary breweries, luxury resorts and …

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In-depth study explores huge growth in the future

[ad_1] Ample Market Research has released the latest 110+ page survey report on Ski Wear Market covering various selected industry players in global geographies such as North America (covered in Chapter 9), the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe (covered in Chapter 10), Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Russia. A …

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Nordic skiers are taking to the streets this summer

[ad_1] CeCe Camacho moved to Maine 18 years ago after growing up in California. She realized that to enjoy winter in Maine, you have to be active in the outdoors. “I think that’s the key to winter mental health here,” said Camacho, who lives in Brunswick and is now a …

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Bode Miller Net Worth (Updated 2021)

[ad_1] What is Bode Miller’s net worth? Net value : $ 8 million Age: 43 Not: October 12, 1977 Native country: the United States of America Source of wealth: Alpine ski racer Last update: 2021 introduction Bode Miller is a former American World Cup alpine ski racer. Miller is a …

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Schedule, events and where to watch

[ad_1] The Beijing 2022 Olympics are scheduled to start on Friday February 4 and end on Sunday February 20, just six months after the Tokyo Olympics. If it seems soon, it is. The Winter Olympics stayed on schedule even though the Tokyo 2020 Summer Games were postponed to 2021 due …

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Obituary: Raymond Joseph Smalls | AspenTimes.com

[ad_1] Raymond Joseph Petits December 5, 1941 – July 2, 2021 In the soft glow of the first light on July 2, 2021, Aspen lost a beloved character and Aspen Mountain lost a legend. Ray’s deep life and his plight with cancer were powerfully fueled by the love and laughter …

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Patrick J. Cunningham | Obituary

[ad_1] Pat is survived by five children: Patrick J. Cunningham (Laura) and David J. Cunningham, (Susan) of Queensbury, Mark J. Cunningham (Shannon) of Greenwich, CT, Tyler D. Cunningham of Lake Placid and Meredith D. Cunningham of the North Creek; eight grandchildren: (Elle, Colin, Mara, Aiden, Zachery, Declan, Teagen and Dylan); …

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10 warnings for toxic algae, 15 watches

[ad_1] The Jerry Ivey Park Pond in Salina is one of 10 Kansas water bodies currently subject to a public health warning. In addition, 15 others are under surveillance. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment, in conjunction with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism, has issued public …

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Opportunity to train with a Paralympic athlete at the museum

[ad_1] COLORADO SPRINGS – The Olympics are less than two weeks away, and there are opportunities at the US Olympic and Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs to prepare fans. On Monday morning, some people had the chance to train alongside a Paralympic athlete. Tyler Carter, a two-time Paralympic alpine skier …

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20 photos of Royals at the beach loving life

[ad_1] England is a big island, which means lots and lots of sea cliffs, quaint villages on the ocean, and windswept beaches. Sure, the beaches can be a bit cooler than you might find in Tahiti or Mexico, but still. Growing up in England means you’re technically an islander, which …

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Kiwis flock to ski slopes with Australia on the menu

[ad_1] Blocked from accessing many options across the moat, New Zealanders flock to the southern ski slopes. As the two-week school vacation begins today, options for a break in Australia have been hit hard by the Covid-19 outbreak in New South Wales and some cases in Queensland. New figures from …

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Connecticut ski season trends in national pandemic mirror data

[ad_1] CONNECTICUT – A national snow sports group recently released its report on ‘pandemic season’ and national trends have shown a successful 2020-21, despite tight restrictions. Connecticut appeared to follow these trends, those in the industry said. Data from a Snowsports Industries America consumer study titled “Impacts of COVID-19 on …

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New LCC bus or gondola: UDOT explores proposals for Wasatch traffic

[ad_1] As traffic increases in Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon, the Utah Department of Transportation is exploring solutions to alleviate the problem. Photo of gondola work. Anyone who got caught in Little Cottonwood Canyon’s dreaded red snake knows that congestion in the direction of the mountains becomes absurd. The Utah Department …

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Encouraging signs for skiing from the latest SIA report

[ad_1] In the 2021 SIA’s first report on the impacts of COVID-19, it was found that snow sports enthusiasts overestimated their ability to participate in their favorite winter activities during the recently completed 2020/21 season. However, they made snow sports related purchases at a higher rate than expected ahead of …

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Global Ski Equipment and Clothing Market 2020 Current Trends, Business Strategies, Technology Development, Future Investments, and Forecasts 2025

[ad_1] An empirical report entitled Global Ski Equipment and Clothing Market 2020 by Countries, Companies, Key Types and Applications is published by MarketsandResearch.biz with comprehensive and premium market research. The report presents a comprehensive assessment of the Global Ski Equipment and Clothing Market and contains a future trend, current growth …

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Polygiene: USWE opts for Polygiene technology in new running vests

[ad_1] Outdoor and sports brand USWE enters into partnership with another Swedish company Polygiene® ensure the race vests that fight odors and last longer. USWE specializes in non-rebound backpacks and hydration packs for Mountain biking, running, skiing and motorsports. She is now expanding the products of her Pace â„¢ range …

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Girdwood housing market reaches crisis levels

[ad_1] A nationwide housing shortage is playing out across Alaska, but perhaps nowhere in the state has it been as severe as Girdwood, the mountain resort 40 miles south of Anchorage. . “I’ve been asked several times how you describe it in one word,” said resident Mike Edgington, who works …

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Kenya’s only skier watches Olympic Winter Games glory

[ad_1] Sabrina Wanjiku Simader, Kenya’s first and only Olympic skier to date, is aiming for a podium at the Beijing Winter Games. The 23-year-old specializes in alpine skiing, which includes disciplines such as SuperGiants and downhill races. “My stepfather introduced me to skiing when I was three,” she told Nairobi …

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Winter in Queenstown: A Survival Guide for Non-Skiers

[ad_1] Amisfield, Queenstown. Photo / Supplied Peter Dragicevich studies options for risky downpours and unrepentant sloths in Aotearoa’s premier ski destination. To resume skiing as an adult seems to me to be an act of extreme masochism. You first have to spend a small fortune in kit, ski passes and …

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Killington reflects on pandemic and looks to the future

[ad_1] By Polly Mikula On Thursday, June 10, a few hundred people from the community gathered, in person, at the Killington Grand Hotel for the biannual update. Typically, the event draws 600 to 700 attendees, Mike Solimano, president and CEO of Killington Resort and Pico Mountain, told the crowd. Invitations …

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It’s “a change of life” – Albert Lea Tribune

[ad_1] Skiers join forces with paraplegic athlete camp By Abigail Chalmers TThe Bayside Water Ski Show Team partnered with the National Wheelchair Sports Camp to give adapted athletes the opportunity of a lifetime on Tuesday. Located in Stewartville at the Ironwood Springs Christian Ranch, the National Wheelchair Sports Camp is …

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“Jet skis are a threat to dolphins”

[ad_1] The VILLAGERS of Aberporth denounced the “dangerous and reckless” behavior of the operators of jet boats, such as jet skis, during the recent public holiday. They also claim the machines are having a negative impact on marine life, including the famous bottlenose dolphin colony of Cardigan Bay. Now there …

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Teenager injured in jet ski crash near Gering, Nebraska

[ad_1] A 15-year-old girl was injured after two jet skis collided in the Bridgeport State Recreation Area. LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – A 15-year-old girl was injured after two jet skis collided in the Bridgeport State recreation area. She is currently recovering at the Colorado hospital. You can read the full …

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US Ski Areas Rebound Despite COVID-19 Restrictions »Albuquerque Journal

[ad_1] ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. IN DEVELOPMENT … The story will be updated as new information can be verified. Updated 3 times AlertMe DENVER – Ski areas across the United States have seen …

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Stranded jet skiers rescued from Ocean City swamp

[ad_1] OCEAN CITY, NJ – Three jet skiers had to be rescued on Friday when they got stranded in a swampy area near the Ocean City airport, New Jersey State Police said. At 8:20 p.m., authorities said the mother of one of the runners called police after the trio were …

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Ski Broncs happy to return to the water

[ad_1] ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) – Families looking for a reason to get out this summer might consider catching a show on the water. the Aime Park Ski Broncs returned to Rock River on Wednesday night. We saw the performance where the fans tell us it’s a must see show. “You …

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Jackson Hole Community School Elders |

[ad_1] Parents / Guardians: John and Eileen Berner Activities: Hockey, Lacrosse Parents / Guardians: Thomas and Angela Concannon Plans: Montana State University Activities: Nordic skiing, mountain biking, whitewater kayaking, off-piste skiing Parents / Guardians: Lori & Todd Crabtree Plans: University of Wisconsin-Madison Activities: Hockey, Investment Club, Fly Fishing Club, Teton …

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More volunteer ships join in search of missing surfer

[ad_1] Over $ 50,000 has been raised for the search and rescue operation to locate missing surf skier Jordan Kelly as new ships arrive at North Stradbroke Island. The 26-year-old walked away from his friend Jack McDonald, 28, at the South Passage Bar on Saturday when they clung to a …

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Junior Bounous sets the oldest heliskiing world record

[ad_1] On a day of crisp, clear blue skies last April, a helicopter owned by Powderbird Helicopter Skiing dropped Junior Bounous atop the American Fork Twin Peaks at 11,489 feet, the highest point on the ridge of Little Cottonwood Canyon. . When he set off down the mountain he skied …

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Global Skis Market Consumption Status, Size, Share, Demand, and Outlook 2027 Professional Market Research Report – NyseNewsRoom

[ad_1] “ New Research Report on “Global Skis Market Size by Application, End Use, Product Research Report, Price Trends, Growth Development, Regional Segmentation, Competitive Industry Share and Forecast to 2021- 2027 with the COVID-19 impact analysis »Analyzes the current market Analysis and growth for the next few years of this …

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Reducing the shortage of affordable housing in the valley

[ad_1] Philip Jeffreys, Skico’s project manager on housing issues, highlights the solar panels in the company’s new affordable housing project.Scott Condon / The Aspen Times Aspen Skiing Co.’s $ 18.4 million investment in affordable housing is poised to pay off.Skico’s 43-unit apartment complex at Willits Town Center in Basalt has …

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Philip DeAngeli obituary (2021) – Reno, NV

[ad_1] Philip L. DeAngeli 11/09/40 to 05/11/2021 Philip L. DeAngeli (aka Grandpappy, aka the Director of Everything) died on May 11, 2021 after passing pulmonary fibrosis and congestive heart failure, but after falling in the Costco parking lot. He never said, but we think he was distracted wondering if gasoline …

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Xscape Yorkshire skis, climbs and bounces

[ad_1] Visitors have climbed, skied, ate and bounced at one of England’s biggest attractions since it reopened last week. Everything from the cinema and restaurants to the snow slope, to the skycoaster and adventure golf has reopened at Xscape Yorkshire in a major step along the roadmap to recovery. Cineworld, …

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‘Someone is going to get hurt’: Worcester considers jet ski ban after Indian Lake residents describe mutilated wildlife, potential for serious injury

[ad_1] Days before Memorial Day, the city of Worcester is considering a potential jet ski ban on Indian Lake, following complaints from residents ranging from injured wildlife to closed calls with stews. The city’s Veterans Memorials, Parks and Recreation Committee on Wednesday listened to dozens of residents living on the …

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Good Rolling Safety Practices – FasterSkier.com

[ad_1] Roadside roller skiing at a 2018 U.S. Ski Team Women’s Camp in Lake Placid, New York (Photo: Matt Whitcomb) Due to the start of the roller ski season, we are reposting this story to help promote best practices when roller skiing on open roads. Getting visible on roller skis …

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Cross-country Ski Equipment Market Explores + 6% CAGR Acceleration by 2021-2028 | Amer Sports Corporation, Clarus Corporation, Fischer Sports GmbH, Skis Rossignol SA, Kneissl Tirol GmbH, Head NV, K2 Sports (Kohlberg and Company), Tecnica Group SpA

[ad_1] The cross-country ski equipment market is expected to explode at a CAGR of + 6% by 2021-2028. Cross-country skiing is where skiers depend on their own locomotion to get around snow-covered terrain, rather than using ski lifts or other forms of assistance. Cross-country skiing is widely practiced as a …

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Mountain account: from sluffs to slides

[ad_1] On November 23, 2020, skier and filmmaker Nikolai Schirmer took a day off to travel to familiar terrain near his home in Tromsø, Norway, which was also the first region he visited in adolescence. While the main area consists of gentle slopes, Schirmer and his friend Eivind decided to …

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Reader’s Perspective: Hovland’s Legacy More Than Skiing

[ad_1] George will also be remembered by many for his genuine friendship and fantastic positive and creative energy. He could examine any condition and express useful ideas, opportunities and attitudes. His outlook on life was simply positive and it would give others positive attitudes. We can and should all learn …

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This electric surfboard makes big waves. Almost literally

[ad_1] Who doesn’t love the thrill of surfing or jet skiing and now imagine getting the best of both worlds with the feeling of flying over water. All of this can be achieved with an electric surfboard called HydroFlyer which is an electric watercraft that seeks to combine the technologies …

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NIWA asks for help from skiers and snow rabbits

[ad_1] NIWA scientist enlists the help of skiers, mountaineers and alpine professionals to pick up snow for a new research project. NIWA hydrologist Dr Alice Hill tests snowmelt water Hydrologist Dr. Alice Hill is launching the Aotearoa Snow Isotope project at this week’s Southern Hemisphere Alpine Conference in Wanaka. She …

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“There was skiing in winter

[ad_1] Today, Groningen Airport has existed in Eldus for ninety years. The development of the airport has not been without difficulties. “At the time, it was a very long battle between all kinds of municipalities around Groningen because they all wanted an airport,” says Doewe Pelleboer of the Ol Eel …

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Jet Ski Market Size and Share 2021

[ad_1] The report, titled Jet ski market, is one of the most comprehensive and essential additions to Reports Globe’s market research archive. It provides detailed research and analysis on key aspects of the Jet Skis market. The market analysts who authored this report have provided detailed information on key growth …

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Potential Impact of COVID-19 on Ski Backpack Market Analysis on Current Trends and Growth Scott, Salomon, Dynafit, Tecnica, Atomic, Black Diamond

[ad_1] “ Get a sample report Buy the full report Customization request Reporthive.com recently published a new information report Global Ski Backpack Market Report, History and Forecast 2016-2026, Breakdown Data by Manufacturers, Key Regions, Types and Application In its extensive database, it helps shape the future of companies by making …

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