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Looking back over all these years, Danny Mayer has really lived his life between accidents, always accepting them for what they were — broken bones, crushed legs, 63 major surgeries — and then getting back at it with whatever modifications it took to keep going.

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When the Borealis Fat Bike World Championships, which had called Crested Butte, Colorado, home for five years, weren’t going to be able to reasonably meet the state’s COVID-19 guidelines, that opened up an opportunity.

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The Broncs Nordic ski teams returned to their home trails over the weekend, and the only thing to change much was there finally was good weather for high school races at Trail Creek Nordic Center.

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The Broncs girls basketball team could breathe a sigh of relief last Tuesday, a 38-34 victory over Big Piney giving the Broncs their first win of the season.

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As we approach the end of the pandemic, it’s more important than ever to remain safe and healthy. Don’t get sick just before crossing the finish line. Nordic skiing offers the perfect way to exercise without putting yourself at risk, and with light snows to freshen up trails, and pleasant hi…

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Bert Raynes, the prominent head of the perpetually active Jackson Hole Bird and Nature Club, asked me years ago to present a Sunday evening talk to his membership. I recall that phone call as if it were yesterday.

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The other day I happened to catch part of a podcast put out by the Utah Avalanche Center that involved a conversation between three renowned avalanche experts — the forecasters, snow scientists, heli-ski guides, avalanche educators and all-around winter gurus Drew Hardesty, Ian McCammon and …