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It’s that time of year when ski movies fall from the digital skies they are made into in theaters and social media feeds across the White Planet.

As usual, there have never been so many top-notch movies, well-crafted and written, painstakingly told, painstakingly shot, gloriously drool-worthy for your viewing pleasure.

There are a few that I can’t wait to see (Passage, Tatum Monod’s hymn to his family skiing history with CK9 Studio and Blank Collective Tales of Cascadia among them), but suffice it to say that, given their numbers, few or no new films will stand the test of time. This was not true in the bad old days of limited media, where a solid ski movie could, over decades, legitimately influence audiences and filmmakers. Everyone probably has their own list, but here are a handful that touched me.

Ski the outer limits (Summit Films Productions, 1970) —The first (and perhaps the only) ski film to ask the question “Why ski?” Was so ahead of his time that he still doesn’t know a peer. The laborious philosophical narrative that animates the often slow-motion black-and-white imagery can capture the attention of the dullest (or most stoned) viewer; even non-skiers are won over by Tom LeRoi’s full-gainer (front flip) in the Corbet Corridor in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Many have said (myself and Glen Plake among them) that being able to situate skiing as an academic subject, like Ski the outer limits have done so, have changed their lives forever.

downhill runner (Michael Ritchie, 1973) – This existential film stars a young Robert Redford as a maverick American ski racer with the chops to beat European legends if he can just give up Yankee pride. Despite his disruptive influence on the team, a crisp coach recognizes the potential of the runner and a classic self-actualization drama ensues. Notable for some of the racing footage captured on rugged routes from the early 1970s – when ‘weather delay’ was not a thing – by local stuntmen like future heli-skiing legend Rudi Gertsch, the storyline of the Award-winning writer James Salter helps make Hollywood’s best ski movie.

The interpreters (Dick Barrymore, 1971) – Dick Barrymore’s classic documentary of four K2 pros crisscrossing the United States in a red, white and blue camper van was originally conceived as a ski shop film, but delivered much more. Holding a mirror to the hustle and bustle of the original freestyle revolution, 360s, backflips and mule kicks compensate for the expected cliff jumps as well as overhead pow imagery to compete with the best segments of today. In Aspen, the K2 group are also judging two events: a hot dog contest on a steep bumpy slope and a wet t-shirt contest invented for the film. It’s the closest thing to skiing to Bruce Brown’s epic surf doc, Endless summer.

Aahhhs blizzard (Greg Stump, 1988) – Sure you’ve heard of this movie, but even if you and your pals watched it a hundred times on the crappy VCR in your parents’ basement, you should. review. Ushering in the extreme era (later recast as ‘freestyle skiing’) with a killer soundtrack and more neon than Times Square on New Years Eve, Snow storm offered a cure for the worn out and stereotypical vintage that had infected ski movies by then. While introducing instant legends Glen Plake, Scot Schmidt and Mike Hattrup to the world at large, Snow storm took viewers on a steep, deep, high-octane journey from Squaw Valley, Calif. to Chamonix, France, and the ski world has never looked back.

Free radicals (Down Films, 1996) —In 1995, future Oscar-nominated Swedish director Ruben Ostlund found himself directing a snowboarding film in the arctic resort of Riksgränsen, Sweden. On a chairlift ride, the antics of local skier Jesper Rönnbäck caught Ostlund’s attention and changed his focus. His decision to shoot Rönbäck and his exuberant mogul and telemark buddies resulted in Free radicals, a movie whose mighty skiing, bulletproof landings, and budding New School figures would form the basis of a much-loved franchise. In a stunning fence segment, Rönnbäck nails the Trifide 3 exit corridor at La Grave with packed snow, once considered the craziest thing ever done on skis.

Degenerate (Poor Boyz Productions, 1998) —For his second film, Johnny Decesare took his borrowed cameras to the petri dishes of the progressive freestyle movement springing from the snowboarding envy of the mogul skiing scene of the late ’90s. As a movie, it’s raw, sometimes ugly, the music terrible, the production values ​​questionable, and the skiing often as awkward as the clips of the athletes on camera. Everything is an experiment here, many of them failed. But the seeds of what was to come shine through in skiers trying aerial shots and inverts that seem as new to them as the audiences who watched the film’s debut. Degenerate captures the effort – as well as the inevitable crashing spills – that gave birth to a new kind of skiing.

Anything I can (Sherpas Cinema, 2011) – Whistler-based Sherpas Cinema accepted the Hail Mary pass to produce an annual ski movie to appease the sponsors and said “no thanks”. The quality that time buys shows in this multi-year effort that also offers an environmental kick-start to the industry, showcasing cutting-edge skiing while asking questions about its role in climate change. The film skillfully blends that green theme with explosions of white powder, a difficult marriage in a sport suited to a besieged but highly dependent on fossil fuel nature. The message is clear: if we are to continue skiing, we must all do what we can to reduce our climate footprint.

Leslie Anthony is a Whistler-based author, editor, biologist, and bon vivant who has never encountered a mountain he didn’t like.

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Dr. Janice Antoinette Vranka, a woman who has won in almost everything she’s done, ended her battle with cancer on August 26, 2021. She was an Associate Research Professor of Ophthalmology at Oregon Health and Science University. At the time of her death, she was at home with her husband, sister, brother and children. Dr. Vranka was born the fourth of five children on April 20, 1967 in Boulder, Colorado. She grew up in the western foothills of town near Four Mile Creek. His early interests included alpine skiing with his siblings for the Lake Eldora Racing Team (LERT) and the Boulder Area Racing Team (BART). She also studied the piano and the trombone, two instruments that she will continue to enjoy throughout her life. Vranka’s range of athletic abilities and her subtle competitive nature were becoming evident in college, when she won first place in the Red Zinger Mini Classic cycle race. She has excelled in all sports and activities, especially skiing, where she has placed in the top 10 at the US National Championships on several occasions. An underclassman athletics teammate recalled her as “a nice badass.” She graduated from Boulder High School in 1985. While studying biochemistry at the University of Wyoming on a full alpine skiing scholarship, Janice was selected to represent the United States at the 1987 World University Games in Czechoslovakia. In her final season, she won the bronze medal at the 1990 NCAA Championships in Stowe, Vermont. She also studied for a year in Nantes, France, before going to Oregon Health and Science University for a master’s and doctoral program, completing her doctorate in biochemistry in 1997. Dr. Vranka remained in Oregon for continue research at Shriners Hospital for Children. , and in 2009 became a professor-researcher at the Casey Eye Institute. A prolific researcher, she has published more than 30 manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals as she delved into the trabecular meshwork, a region of the eye important for the regulation of intraocular pressure. Her accomplishments were further illustrated when she received a much sought-after grant from the National Eye Institute (NIH), the BrightFocus Foundation, and the Glaucoma Research Foundation. She has regularly presented her experimental results at national and international conferences. Upon hearing of Dr Vranka’s passing, a colleague said: “She was one of the best in research, few of them have that kind of confidence, poise and elegance.” Early in her graduate studies, a chance conversation with a lab technician about the mango she enjoyed introduced to Janice Kennedy Wambalaba from western Kenya. They will get married in 1999 and have two children. The care, attention and love that Janice has shown her husband and children as she supported their efforts and enriched their lives cannot be quantified. She has taken on coaching roles in soccer, basketball and robotics, and has never missed a single track meet. Throughout this time, Janice continued to participate in indoor and outdoor soccer, playing several seasons as a midfielder with the Hell Cows. Her love of music had recently found her playing the trombone in the Southwest Community Band. Harvesting produce from the garden, raising chickens, researching new recipes, and feeding family were additional passions. Janice is survived by her beloved husband, Kennedy Wafula Wambalaba, and her beloved daughters Rispa Vranka Wafula and Siuma Vranka Wafula. She is survived by her parents, Joseph S. Vranka and Marilyn Effie Vranka of Boulder, Colorado, and her siblings Joseph Vranka Jr. (Lorraine Mitchell Vranka) of Clancy, Montana; Christine E. Vranka (R. Derek Greene) of Louisville, Colorado; Michael Vranka (Nishiena S. Gandhi) from Albuquerque, New Mexico; and his nieces and nephew: Tarik, Brogan, McCoy, Zahra, Zelaika and Xaviera. She is also survived by many other members of her family in addition to a multitude of colleagues and friends, who will miss her confidence, her tireless curiosity and her ever-ready smile. She was predeceased by her sister, Marilyn Theresa Vranka. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Janice Vranka Memorial Fund at www.gofundme.com A celebration of Janice’s life will take place today, October 8, 2021 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Foundry in Oswego Headland in Oswego, Oregon.

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Ski Binding Market Size, Growth & Key Companies – Burton, Salomon, Drake, GNU, K2, Ride, Atomic Skis – Amite Tangy Digest https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/07/ski-binding-market-size-growth-key-companies-burton-salomon-drake-gnu-k2-ride-atomic-skis-amite-tangy-digest/ https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/07/ski-binding-market-size-growth-key-companies-burton-salomon-drake-gnu-k2-ride-atomic-skis-amite-tangy-digest/#respond Thu, 07 Oct 2021 04:51:38 +0000 https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/07/ski-binding-market-size-growth-key-companies-burton-salomon-drake-gnu-k2-ride-atomic-skis-amite-tangy-digest/

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Size, Growth & Key Companies in Ski Pole Market – Atomic, Burton, Rossignol, Halti, Arc’teryx, Lafuma, Kjus – Amite Tangy Digest https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/06/size-growth-key-companies-in-ski-pole-market-atomic-burton-rossignol-halti-arcteryx-lafuma-kjus-amite-tangy-digest/ https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/06/size-growth-key-companies-in-ski-pole-market-atomic-burton-rossignol-halti-arcteryx-lafuma-kjus-amite-tangy-digest/#respond Wed, 06 Oct 2021 13:27:42 +0000 https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/06/size-growth-key-companies-in-ski-pole-market-atomic-burton-rossignol-halti-arcteryx-lafuma-kjus-amite-tangy-digest/

New Jersey, United States, – Verified Market Reports presents an updated and most recent study of the Ski poles market size for 2021-2028. The report offers answers to the growth scenarios and the impact of the current COVID-19 crisis on the Ski Pole market. The report provides essential data on the market size, revenue, production and consumption, gross margin, price, and factors influencing the market growth. The report places special emphasis on the major driving and restraining factors of the market along with an in-depth study of emerging trends and future developments in the market. The report also includes an in-depth study of the micro and macroeconomic issues that may affect the market demand. The report offers comprehensive market research for the forecast period 2021-2028. The report includes a comprehensive analysis of market players along with company overview, financial position, and SWOT analysis.

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• Bogner
• Spyder
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By Product Type, the market is primarily split into:

• Alpine skiing
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• Recreation
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• North America (United States and Canada)
• Europe (UK, Germany, France and rest of Europe)
• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region)
• Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and the rest of Latin America)
• Middle East and Africa (GCC and rest of Middle East and Africa)

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• What is the growth potential of the ski pole market?
• Which product segment will take the lion’s share?
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• What growth opportunities might arise in the ski pole industry in the years to come?
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Schumacher provides the context but not necessarily the content you want https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/06/schumacher-provides-the-context-but-not-necessarily-the-content-you-want/ https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/06/schumacher-provides-the-context-but-not-necessarily-the-content-you-want/#respond Wed, 06 Oct 2021 04:32:59 +0000 https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/06/schumacher-provides-the-context-but-not-necessarily-the-content-you-want/

Last weekend was an exciting weekend of action at Talladega Superspeedway. I know. I was there. A shrewd viewer may have even seen me at the Infield Care Center in the rain on Monday (October 4), trying to get quotes from William Byron, Matt DiBenedetto and Ryan Preece.

There is a lot to write about Talladega’s action and how it got covered. Unfortunately, I’ve been in Alabama since Tuesday night. I won’t be home until Columbus Day. We’ll have to cover this when I get home and can write some notes. Needless to say, someone was served, and that was unfair.

This week we will be covering the new Netflix documentary Schumacher, which covers the life and times of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher. Since Schumacher had his skiing accident which almost killed him, very little has been reported about him. In general, if he does not come directly from Schumacher’s family, or from Sabine Kehm (Michael’s press officer), it should not be considered as a fact, whatever Jean Todt may say. .

That said, this documentary was produced with the full support of Schumacher’s family and includes personal videos they provided. Additionally, members of Michael’s family (including his father Rolf) are interviewed.

The play begins with the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix, where Schumacher was chosen to make his Grand Prix debut in place of Bertrand Gachot in Jordan. Gachot had hit a taxi driver in London and had been sent to jail. Schumacher was a sports car racer at the time under the Mercedes umbrella.

Schumacher entered a very competitive grid in 1991 with a new team and quickly qualified seventh, which surprised everyone. The Jordan 191 was a very good car, but a bit fragile. Schumacher’s inaugural race didn’t even last half a turn before the clutch gave him away. Either way, that was all everyone needed to see.

Flavio Briatore explained how he quickly moved to reclaim Schumacher’s services for Benetton. The day after the race, Schumacher and his agent, Willi Weber, met Briatore. Within days he was hired to drive for Benetton, replacing Emanuele Pirro.

Via archive footage, Schumacher recounts his early days in racing in small go-karts. He started very young under the direction of his father. At the age of 6, Rolf was renting karts and Michael was there with him.

The Schumachers were by no means a wealthy family. Rolf may have operated a go-cart track, but before that he was a bricklayer. The races of Michael and his younger brother Ralf were initially held with second-hand and third-hand equipment. Although he is from Germany, Schumacher took part in the Junior World Karting Championship for Luxembourg because it was cheaper.

Schumacher’s career took off because Weber was willing to put his own money for him, paying him a salary of 24,000 Deutsche Marks a year in 1988 and providing him with a car. Even then, having sponsors or an independent fortune was important in motorsport – and he had neither.

At the start of his career, Schumacher clashed with Ayrton Senna. The two had a collision at Magny-Cours, but they never really had much direct competition. At the time, Benetton was seen as a low rate team compared to McLaren.

In 1994, Benetton was extremely strong with the Ford Zetec-R engine. Senna had moved to Williams with the powerful Renault V10s. It was probably the first season the two would go head-to-head for the championship, but it never really happened. Senna spun trying to chase Schumacher in Brazil, then was initially knocked out on the TI Aida Circuit (now the Okayama International Circuit) in Japan. The third race was Imola, where Senna crashed while leading and lost his life.

If I spent the time here writing about what Senna meant for Formula 1, it would be a Senna column instead of a Schumacher column. I recommend watching the movie Senna to get a feel for what Senna really meant for motorsport, especially for his native Brazil.

It seems Senna’s death changed Schumacher. It started 1994 on a roll and then a series of crazy things happened. There was the black flag for the formation lap at Silverstone, the DQ at Spa and the resulting two-race suspension. There was a revolving door of teammates (he had three that year). Finally, he appeared to choke on Adelaide, resulting in an infamous collision with Damon Hill which ultimately won him the title.

After winning his second title in 1995, Schumacher was a free agent. He could have chosen to stay at Benetton, go to McLaren or go to Ferrari, which had been weak in recent years, perhaps spending a little too much time with the V12 engine. The first year with a V10 for Ferrari was 1996, and the team struggled with a bad car. Despite that, Schumacher still won with it, especially in the rain in Barcelona in a race that practically went over the two-hour deadline.

One of the main takeaways here is that Schumacher was devoted like hell and didn’t want to be beaten. He would stay with the team as late as necessary and do anything to win. This is what led to the infamous meeting with Jacques Villeneuve in Jerez in 1997.

He was a restless man who always needed to do something. He would travel the world, skydive, ski, ride a Harley in America, do whatever he wanted.

For a movie like this, I think the general public would really like to know how Schumacher is doing now, almost eight years after his skiing accident in Méribel, France. You will be disappointed.

This is a 119-minute film, and the crash is only mentioned in the last 13 minutes. What is revealed is that Schumacher was not very confident in the snow in Méribel that day and instead considered going to Dubai to go skydiving. Michael is still there and undergoes constant therapy in their home in Switzerland. Beyond that, almost nothing is revealed about Michael’s current state.

What really stands out from the film is the love that Michael and his wife Corinna have for each other. Even when he was busiest, he still made time for Corinna, and they always seemed to be so happy together. It was not a situation like Scott Pruett’s, where his family hardly ever went to the races, hence his constant “Hi my family home” quotes you saw in his TV interviews. Corinna was always there by his side and loved every minute. Michael has always been a private person, and now his family protects him.

Is this film worth seeing? Absoutely. There are some good things in there and I have no doubt that Formula 1 fans would enjoy the film. However, if you are looking for an idea of ​​how Michael is living his current life, you don’t and probably never will.

It’s all for this week. Next weekend, the NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series teams will race on the ROVAL at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Places for the round of 16 in both series will be on the line. Formula 1 is back in action at Istanbul Park in Turkey, while IMSA will be at Virginia International Raceway. Finally, it’s the biggest week of the year for modified northeast-style dirt races. Super DIRT Week is underway at Oswego Speedway, culminating with the NAPA Auto Parts 200 on Sunday afternoon. TV programs can be found here.

I will be at VIR this weekend to cover the IMSA action. I think the Michelin Pilot Challenge race will end just as the Cup race begins. I will definitely have a review of the Cup race next week here at front stretch.

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The global ski wax market was valued at USD 187.82 million in 2020 and will grow with a CAGR of 2.65% from 2020 to 2027, based on a recently released report.

Ski wax market 2021: Ski wax is a material applied to the bottom of snow skates, including skis, snowboards, and sleds, to improve their coefficient of friction in varying snow conditions. The two main types of waxes used on skis are glide waxes and grip waxes. They deal with kinetic friction – to be minimized with glide wax – and static friction – to be obtained with grip wax. Both types of wax are designed to suit different snow properties, including crystal type and size and snow surface moisture content, which vary with temperature and temperature history. the snow. Glide wax is selected to minimize glide friction for alpine and cross-country skiing. Grip wax (also known as kick wax) provides traction on snow to cross-country skiers as they advance using classic technique. Major competitors in the global ski wax market have applied various tactics to enter and expand in the ski wax market. Globally, the number of recognized companies is increasing and it is therefore necessary that each company in the market has an enthusiastic advantage over the others. The main tactics accepted by well-known companies to fight the ski wax market include new product enhancement, partnerships, mergers, deals and purchases.

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By Product Type, the market is primarily segmented into:

Gliding waxes, adhesion waxes

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Skis, Snowboards

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  • The Middle East and Africa (Turkey, GCC countries, Egypt, South Africa)
  • North America (United States, Mexico and Canada)
  • South America (Brazil etc …)
  • Europe (Germany, Russia, United Kingdom, Italy, France, etc.)
  • Asia Pacific (Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Korea, Thailand, India, Indonesia and Australia)

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Obituary – Neal A. Donaldson – Havre Daily News https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/04/obituary-neal-a-donaldson-havre-daily-news/ https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/04/obituary-neal-a-donaldson-havre-daily-news/#respond Mon, 04 Oct 2021 18:40:34 +0000 https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/04/obituary-neal-a-donaldson-havre-daily-news/

Heaven has become a more interesting place today when we welcome Neal Donaldson. Neal passed away at home surrounded by the love of his life, Michelle Cameron Donaldson, and all of the creatures he loved so much.

Neal was born on May 5, 1957 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to Alexander G. Donaldson and Elizabeth A. Donaldson. He was the middle child and loved to torment his sisters, Claire and Jan Donaldson. Neal was a gifted athletic kid and excelled in sports. He eventually received a track and field and football scholarship at the Berkshire Academy in Massachusetts, and went on to play football for the University of Oregon.

Neal learned to love the outdoors as a child and was a lifelong hunter and fisherman. His hunting adventures have taken him all over the world. Some of his most memorable conquests were his successful grizzly bear hunt in archery in Russia, two harvests of mountain lions in archery, and a magnificent red deer in Argentina. Neal was also fascinated by raptors and took up falconry in his early twenties, a passion he continued until his death. Neal was an accomplished skier and became an Anwarter certified ski instructor while living in Austria, and eventually joined the ski school in Portillo, Chile.

While completing his MBA in Oregon, Neal traveled the world studying international banking systems. Before settling in the United States, he studied in France, Spain, Austria and Chile. As a result of his many travels, Neal was a linguist and was fluent in four languages. Neal doggedly pursued his language proficiency and, on a fateful trip to a language school in Costa Rica, decided to take a detour to the English Riding School across the road. Neal quickly excelled in jumping and fox hunting, and made regular trips across the country to hunt foxes and improve his riding skills. After marrying Michelle, he introduced horses into her life and she quickly became hooked. Over the years, Neal would often joke that introducing Michelle to horses might not be such a good idea.

After graduating from graduate school, Neal’s love for the outdoors and skiing brought him to Vail, Colorado. Neal put his business degree to good use and opened a wine store that he owned for 20 years. Neal’s love for skiing also helped him find the love of his life. In January 2001, he was skiing alone when he got on the chairlift with a tall brunette who was also skiing alone. It was clear that there was a spark between them on their first trip together up the mountain, and three months and two days later, Neal asked Michelle to marry him. They were married in Kitzbuehl, a small village in Austria, the following year. Soon after, Michelle convinced him that they should move to his native Montana. Neal sold the wine store and took a job with a financial firm in Washington, DC. They divided their time for several years between Washington and Montana, and eventually found their forever home in Livingston, MT.

Neal and Michelle loved to travel and traveled to almost every continent and many countries. They had always gone on a great adventure, adventure enough to fill many lives; until Neal’s body begins to fail him. Despite this, he faced all of his physical challenges with the utmost courage and continued to hunt, shoot and work his bird dogs until the end.

Neal is survived by the love of his life, Michelle, his mother and sisters, longtime great friends, his worshiping bird dogs, his hawk Era and his amazing horse Kimo. Neal’s life has been an epic adventure, and he insisted that neither of us shed tears for his passing, but rejoice in the memories of all the good times.

An outdoor memorial service will be held at their property, 388 Old Clyde Park Rd, Livingston, MT, on October 9 at 3 p.m. followed by a bonfire. In lieu of flowers, he asked for donations to be made to the National Falconry Center for the Falconry Fund, https://falconryfund.org/make-a-donation, or the Havre Boys & Girls Club, http: // www.bgchi- line.net/donner-au Today.

The Franzen-Davis Funeral and Crematorium was responsible for the arrangements. To view the tribute page and express your condolences, visit http://www.franzen-davis.com.

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Remember when you were a kid and you were super excited when your parents told you it was time to travel. Wouldn’t it be great for you to make your kids happy and take them somewhere where they will have unforgettable moments?

While it can be overwhelming and stressful, the benefits are far greater, as traveling is one of the most important life routines that everyone should implement. Here is the list of 8 popular travel destinations where you can take your little ones and spruce up their childhood.

  1. The Dolomites in Italy

The Dolomites are well known for their skiing, but summer turns the area into a real outdoor playground. Short, medium or long hikes, leisurely bike rides and protected climbing routes for novice and expert mountaineers are all part of the multi-sport routes of the Dolomites, which are perfect for families.

Hardcore cyclists can tackle the The laces of the Stelvio pass, while casual cyclists can ride an e-bike on moderate trails. Val Badia is one of the most family-friendly places in the Dolomites, with family hotels and movement parks, outdoor spaces for youth designed to promote outdoor fitness and well-being.

These parks are fun for children because they include not only family walks, but also structures and equipment for water games, mountain biking routes, workshops and other activities. They are perfect for getting young people to experience the outdoors in a safe and enjoyable way.

2. Jersey

The Channel Islands are a group of islands located between the United Kingdom and France in the Channel. Jersey is the largest island in the Channel Islands, measuring 5 miles by 9 miles. Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm are the five islands that make up the Channel Islands.

Jersey is only a short distance from France, and you can even see automobiles driving around the French mainland from the northeast coast!

Kayak rental in St Brelade’s Bay and discovery of the nooks and crannies of the rocky southwest coast at high tide is one of the best things to do in Jersey. Jersey is a great place to go kayaking.

There are also a lot of other interesting places, so you should see what there is to do in Jersey and choose something that you find interesting. Cycling the old railway line from the charming town of St Aubins to the famous Corbiere Lighthouse on the west coast is another of the top things to do in Jersey. It is an exciting ride on a peaceful, safe track wide enough for young families to enjoy.

3. Cambodia

Cambodia is one of the biggest international vacation spots for families. Siem Reap is a great destination to visit with children, and Cambodians love children and go out of their way to make families feel safe and secure. The most convenient way to travel to Cambodia with your family is through the airport. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful destinations to visit with the family!

4. Croatia

Croatia is a fantastic family vacation destination. There are lots of exciting activities for the kids to do, including days at the beach, swimming, hiking, and exploring waterfalls. Boats to other islands and snorkeling in the beautiful blue sea are popular with children.

It is one of the best European countries to visit with children because they love food and sunlight. In addition, the majority of individuals understand English, which makes it easy for people from all over the world to visit and feel comfortable. You should consider visiting Croatia with your family, as it is also one of the best options for your children.

5. Jamaica

If your family is looking for a carefree and easy beach getaway, Jamaica is a fantastic place to bring your kids. There are several excellent all-inclusive resorts that offer great family alternatives for lazy days by the pool and sandcastles on the beach.

Many resorts in Jamaica cater to families with children by offering kids’ clubs and babysitting services. In Jamaica, the ocean is breathtaking and the beach is amazing. A fantastic family vacation in the Caribbean.

6. France

France is well known for its museums and cultural sites. While there are many sites that appeal to adults, France is also home to the Eiffel Tower, which is a big favorite with children, especially when lit up at night. The Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Pyramids will pique your children’s curiosity, and the city also offers beautiful parks suitable for young and old alike.

The Jardin du Luxembourg is fantastic for infants, while the Boi de Boulogne is fantastic for teenagers who will like to rent bikes for the day. For culture-loving families, the city also has some fantastic children’s museums, such as the Villette Science Museum and some of the largest art museums in the world.

Teens are drawn to the city because of the great French cuisine and shopping options, making this a great family trip for all ages.

France is home to the Eiffel Tower, which is a big favorite with children, especially when it’s lit up at night.

7. Australia

Australia is one of the best places to visit with kids. What kid wouldn’t want to see kangaroos, koalas and swim the Great Barrier Reef? Because Australia is such a big country, you are unlikely to see even a small part of it unless you plan to live there for a long time. As a result, you will have to decide which region you would like to visit with your family.

The Sunshine Coast, Fraser Island, Sydney and the Great Ocean Road are all worth a visit on a month-long trip to Australia. Australia is a great place to visit for families and one of the best countries in the world for kids, with so much to see and do.

8. Canada

Canada, the second largest country in the world, is home to attractive and thriving cities, wild natural landscapes, rich animals and a wide range of cultures and personalities. Canada certainly has something for everyone, with a warm and friendly atmosphere and a mix of British, French, American and Indigenous cultures. Toronto, Canada’s largest city, is a vibrant and sophisticated metropolis with a vibrant mix of ethnic communities.

It’s vibrant and trendy, with a plethora of markets, shops, and restaurants, and it’s only a short drive to one of the world’s greatest natural wonders, beautiful Niagara Falls.

Take your beloved family, decide where to go and let the miracles of travel create the best memories!

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Why ERC ace Bonato hopes to keep his feet on the ground

Yoann Bonato takes the start of the Rally Serras de Fafe e Felguieras, anxious to keep his feet on the ground after his spectacular run in the 55th Rally of the Azores last month.

The Frenchman and his co-driver Benjamin Boulloud escaped the crash unscathed, but their CHL Sport Auto team had a Citroën C3 Rally2 ready to replace for the second part of the Portuguese FIA ​​Rally Championship.

“I was a little wide in a fast section in a very easy left turn and I jumped on the wrong side,” explains Bonato. “I did a loop, in skiing it’s a good jump but in rallying you don’t do that, but we agree with a new car, our team made a new one and that’s good news to be here. We love this rally and I think it will be a good experience for this weekend.

Bonato takes the start of the Rallye Serras de Fafe e Felguieras a week after winning the Rallye Coeur de France. And after the Portuguese adventure of the ERC this weekend, Bonato will be back in the French championship when he takes part in the Rallye d’Antibes – Côte d’Azur.

“It’s sure it’s very busy, but it’s a good job to do,” he said. “I was happy with my podium here last year, it was a great experience but this rally was on asphalt. We never know what can happen in this rally but we try to do our best.

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Jet Ski Equipment Market Size, Growth & Key Companies – Dongguan Eyson Lifesaving Equipment, Kawasaki Motors, Jettribe, O’Brien, Sea-Doo, Yamaha Motor, Bellasi – Today Newspaper https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/01/jet-ski-equipment-market-size-growth-key-companies-dongguan-eyson-lifesaving-equipment-kawasaki-motors-jettribe-obrien-sea-doo-yamaha-motor-bellasi-today-newspaper/ https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/01/jet-ski-equipment-market-size-growth-key-companies-dongguan-eyson-lifesaving-equipment-kawasaki-motors-jettribe-obrien-sea-doo-yamaha-motor-bellasi-today-newspaper/#respond Fri, 01 Oct 2021 18:32:51 +0000 https://sports-lesarcs.com/2021/10/01/jet-ski-equipment-market-size-growth-key-companies-dongguan-eyson-lifesaving-equipment-kawasaki-motors-jettribe-obrien-sea-doo-yamaha-motor-bellasi-today-newspaper/

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