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Queenstown professional freeskier Pete Oswald’s putting his body on the line for a lofty goal of getting thousands of trees planted in Madagascar. He tells GUY WILLIAMS about a fundraising project that’s helping to save the world and a...

One more week

By TRACEY ROXBURGH NZSki's decided to keep The Remarkables running for another full week, before opening at weekends only. The skifield turned on the chairlifts for 2020 on July 4, coinciding with school holidays, and initially intended to dial it back...
By PHILIP CHANDLER A legend in local real estate, skiing and golfing circles, Queenstowner Doug Brown, who died last week aged 92, is also being remembered as a gentleman and a great family man. He's survived by sons Nigel, Derek, Maurice...
Teen skiing sensation Alice Robinson took out Junior Sportswoman of the Year at this year's Otago Sports Awards, while her coach Tim Cafe won Coach of the Year. It comes off the back of a mind-boggling season for Robinson. The 17-year-old...
After finishing her season on a high, Queenstown golden girl Ruby Andrews already has her sights set on a massive 2020. The 14-year-old skier won two gold medals at last month's USA Snowboard and Freeski Association national champs, which she...
Queenstown skier Blake Marshall's rapid rise through the ranks continues with a place on the Freeride World Tour. The tour brings together the best skiers and snowboarders in the world to compete on some of the most challenging alpine faces...
A top ski racing coach says a 17-year-old Queenstowner's performance at the World Cup giant slalom final in Andorra last Sunday was "truly mind-boggling". Alice Robinson finished just three-10ths of a second behind arguably the world's greatest women's racer, American...

Alice reaches summit

Queenstowner Alice Robinson has grabbed New Zealand's first junior world title in alpine ski racing. The 17-year-old won the giant slalom race, overnight Tuesday, at the world juniors at Val di Fassa, Italy, finishing second in her first run before...

Alice in skiing wonderland

The Kiwi national anthem sounded out after Queenstowner Alice Robinson achieved a breakthrough European Cup giant slalom win in Berchtesgaden, Germany, last Saturday. The 17-year-old was the first Kiwi European Cup winner since Claudia Riegler in slalom in 2001. The following...

Ruby rockets into Olympics

A young Queenstown skier is over the moon after a surprise podium finish earned her a spot at next year's Youth Olympic Winter Games. Fourteen-year-old Ruby And-rews recently claimed a bronze medal in halfpipe at the FIS Junior World Championships...

Ski cash splash

NZSki has announced a cool $35 million spending spree on its Queenstown skifields, including a new Coronet Peak chondola. The boost takes the company's total investment in Coronet and The Remarkables to nearly $100 million since 2014. As well as the...
Queenstown ski racer Adam Barwood has won the men's Giant Slalom title at the New Zealand Alpine National Championships. Amongst a large field of international ski racers at Queenstown's Coronet Peak yesterday, Barwood was just 0.05 seconds behind NZ teammate...
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