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Abbott, Hugh

  • CA-BC-AH003
  • Personne
  • fl. 1965

Hugh Abbott was involved with Whistler Alpine Villa Ltd.

Abbott, Stella

  • CA-BC-AS001
  • Personne
  • fl. 1918

Abel, John

  • CA-BC-AJ001
  • Personne

Abernathy, Jean

  • CA-BC-AJ002
  • Personne
  • fl. 1920

Jean Abernathy was a guest at Rainbow Lodge.

Absinthe Films

  • US-NV-ABS-001
  • Collectivité
  • 1999-

Absinthe Films is a snowboarding film producer out of Reno, Nevada, US. A chance meeting at a San Diego screening in 1999, brought together Patrick 'Brusti' Armbruster (Onboard Magazine senior photographer) and Justin Hostynek (established film-maker and Snowboarder Magazine senior photographer). The following winter they collaborated on a 'European rider' based film, titled 'Tribal'. Expanding the scope of their projects to include the best riders from both Europe and North America they would go on together to establish Absinthe Films as a film production company.

Abson, Mike

  • CA-ON-AM001
  • Personne
  • [1960s?]-

Mike Abson was a Champion Freestyle skier, Head Coach of the Canadian National Freestyle Ski Team, and Technical Delegate for FIS (Federation Internationale de Ski). Abson received a BA at Carleton University in Ottawa. He worked for SWATCH for thirteen years, first as Special Event Manager in Biel, Switzerland, and later as the Country Manager for SWATCH GROUP Canada. After leaving SWATCH GROUP, he returned to Switzerland to become Senior Vice President of Marketing for BIGSTAR Clothing Company in Basel, Switzerland, Mike Abson founded the business 'make_it_happen' in 2001, which specializes in marketing, event conception, management, and production in the world of sport and fashion.

Abt, Margit

  • DE-AM001
  • Personne

Abunda Jr., Eugenio "Boy" Romerica

  • PH-AJEBR001
  • Personne
  • October 29, 1963

Eugenio "Boy" Romerica Abunda Jr. is a Filipino professor, television host, publicist, and talent manager. He was born on October 29, 1963 in Borongan, Philippines. He attended Ateneo de Manila University, studying Business Management, though he did not finish the course due to his father's death. He left Ateneo and worked in odd jobs to support himself. At the Metropolitan Theater, he worked as a stage actor and eventually as an assistant stage manager. Later, he became the assistant of the theater's administrator, who taught him public relations. Within a couple of years, he started Backroom Inc., managing singers and actresses as a public relations firm. He also worked as public relations consultant for GMA Network. It was during Abunda's public relations work in GMA7 when one of its executives, Bobby Barreiro, suggested that he should try hosting a television show. Abunda became a host of Show and Tell, a late night variety talk show with Gretchen Barretto, and Startalk, an entertainment talk show. He subsequently moved to GMA Network's competitor ABS-CBN in 1999, where he has hosted the following shows: The Buzz, Private Conversations, Homeboy, Kontrobersyal, SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon, and The Bottomline with Boy Abunda, an interview talk show. He is also a newscaster for late-night news program Bandila. He also worked as a radio commentator for DZAR and produced an album titled Melodic Conversations. He graduated from Philippine Women's University with degrees Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts in 2009, Master of Arts in Communication Arts in 2011, and Doctor of Philosophy in Social Development in 2016. Abunda is openly gay and has been in a relationship with partner Elmer "Bong" Quintana since 1983. On June 23, 2010, Abunda became a part-time professor at Philippine Women's University, teaching radio and television to Communication Arts students.

Accola, Paul

  • CH-AP001
  • Personne
  • February 20, 1967 -

Paul Accola is a Swiss former professional alpine skier. He came in first in the overall World Cup in 1992, and won a total of four medals at the Winter Olympics and World Championships in the combined event. By the end of his career, he won seven World Cup victories and was on the podium 26 times, the last time being in 2000. In 2002, Accola suffered a serious ankle injury, breaking both of his talus bones. In February 2005, on his 38th birthday, Accola announced that he would retire from alpine skiing after nearly two decades in the sport.

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