Author Archives: Greg Morrill

Trivia 2018 Week 13

Who was the founder of Fall Line ski waxes?

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Ski Boot Trees

There are two types of skiers in the world: those who put their ski boots on in the parking lot and those that put theirs on in the lodge. However there was a time when there was only one type … Continue reading

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Trivia 2018 Week 12

Who invented the Ski-Boot-In?

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Wet T-Shirt Contests

This week’s topic for my column has been on my list almost since I started writing eight years ago.  Cowardice and perhaps some hint of good taste have kept me from writing about it sooner. So what prompted me to … Continue reading

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Trivia 2018 Week 11

What ski filmmaker (and it’s not Warren Miller) claims to have organized the first wet t-shirt contest?

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RIP Warren Miller

Timing is everything. I used the same trivia question back in 2012 (Who is known for saying “If you don’t do it this year, you’ll be another year older when you do!”?) and received no answers! But with Warren Miller’s … Continue reading

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Trivia 2018 Week 10

Who is known for saying “If you don’t do it this year, you’ll be another year older when you do!”?

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Supper G and Super Stenmark

So when did the Super G become an FIS event? Lyndall Heyer was the first with the correct answer and then used her impressive connections to research the details associated with the creation of Super G! So Lyndall should get … Continue reading

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Trivia 2018 Week 9

When did the Super G become an FIS World Cup event?

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What’s In A Name?

Wayne Poulsen is one of the founders of Squaw Valley Resort. In 1948 before the resort was officially opened, he and his wife Sandy were skiing one of the peaks that would become part of the ski area. Sandy was … Continue reading

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