Skiing magazine for September 1980. Whistler area is only mentioned on pages 26, a description of the construction of Blackcomb Mountain. A few Whistler skiers are also mentioned in various articles, such as Ken Read and Steve Podborski.
Molson World Downhill Magazine published by Whistler Winterfest in March 1984.
Table of Contents:
p. 3: Sponsors p. 8: Letters of Welcome p. 12: Whistler Winterfest '84 - A calendar of special events culminating with the Molson World Downhill p. 17: The World Looks at Whistler - Television coverage brings the Molson World Downhill to viewers around the globe. By Lynn Blanchard p. 19: The Westside Course - A former Canadian alpine team member describes Whistler's challenging downhill course. By Dave Murray p. 22: The World Cup Event - How the World Cup originated and how the downhill title is won p. 24: Racer Profiles - Narratives of competitors on the World Cup downhill circuit. By Maxine Sevack p. 34: A Canadian Tradition - The many aspects of Molson's involvement with skiing p. 36: OCO '88 Trains at Sarajevo - The XV Olympic Winter Games Organizing Committee gains first-hand experience at Sarajevo. By Frances Jackson p. 40: From Pastoral Summer Playground to World Cup Host - An account of Whistler's metamorphosis from wilderness to resort destination. By Stew Muir p. 45: Whistler's Year-Round Appeal - Discriminating vacationers will find a host of resort facilities and special events throughout the four seasons at Whistler p. 48: The Conference Centre at Whistler - Whistler enters a new phase with full conference facilities scheduled for completion in 1985 p. 53: Challenge Yourself Through Molstar Participation - Fun and the spirit of competition with Molstar, recreational racing at its best p. 55: 1983/84 Race Results - World Cup downhill results available at press time
Photographs of children learning how to windsurf with Whistler Kids Windsurfing summer camps on Alta Lake.
Captions on verso: WA_2016_002_01_03_007_01: "Good to have a wetsuit on the cooler days! These are alpine lakes and tho[ugh] they warm quickly in the latter [sic] summer, early summer is frigid!" WA_2016_002_01_03_007_02: "Eager to get out in the deep water! Each student first learns to 'self rescue' by [bulaning?] to sail on the back of the board & paddling on their stomach to shore 50 metres!"
Photographs of children and an instructor sitting at a picnic table at Rainbow Park for a 'dry land class' with the Whistler Kids Windsurfing summer camp and children learning to windsurf on Alta Lake while swimmers look on.
Captions on verso: WA_2016_002_01_03_009_01: "James - Students become a focal point of beach traffic and bathers" WA_2016_002_01_03_009_02: "Dry land classes - Students learn how to measure the wind according to land and water cues: -ripples in water -wavelets -white caps -etc."
Photographs of children learning to windsurf with Whistler Kids Windsurfing summer camps on Alta Lake with mountains in the background.
Captions on verso: WA_2016_002_01_03_011_01: "These are BIC windsurfers W[histler] K[ids] W[indsurfing] had 14 complete rigs in varying size for different ages & strengths - MINI BIC with 1.3 m - 1.7m sales [sic - should be 'sails'] 3 metre - 4 metre - 4.5 and 5 metre" WA_2016_002_01_03_011_02: "Thishttp://whistler.ica-atom.org/0owlm/edit# little chap is in sailing position : lead toe beside the mast foot - Back foot over the dag[g]erboard"
Photographs of Paula Shackleton running a private windsurfing lesson on Alta Lake and 'Mike' teaching a young boy how to windsurf on Alta Lake.
Captions on verso: WA_2016_002_01_03_024_01: "Me doing a private lesson. Our schedule was M[onday]-T[uesday]-W[ednesday] 3 day camp for families - Thursday Whistler Parks & Rec[reation] kids - Friday - Whistler Blackcomb - also Tamwood language camp kids/ per cohort - Whistler area schoold end of summer parties. Highschool Phy[sical] Ed[ucation]." WA_2016_002_01_03_024_02: "Mike (will look for last name) wet through our instructor certification program. C[anadian] Y[achting] A[ssociation] instructor states that we ran beginning of season. No more commuting to Vancouver!"