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George Benjamin Fonds

  • Benjamin
  • Fonds
  • [1968-1991]

Photographs including but not limited to the Canadian Garibaldi Championships [1968], freestyle skiing, avalanche patrol, First Aid Ski Patrol, chairlifts, Pacific Great Eastern train, Toad Hall, helicopter landings, kayaking, Zube's Mushroom House, marijuana growing, the Crazy Canunks in Aspen, Franz Wilhelmsen skiing in 1982, Whistler aerials, Tokum Corners, summers at Lost Lake and Nita Lake, George Benjamin's family, construction of Town Hall, squatters at Jordan's Lodge, flood damage and landscapes, Pemberton rodeo, skiing on Whistler Mountain, hang-gliding, Gelandesprung ski jump contest, competitive downhill ski races, recreational skiing, windsurfing on Alta Lake, canoeing and kayaking on the River of Golden Dreams, avalauncher gun, Pacific Great Eastern maintenance and train during a snowstorm, fishing on Alta Lake, Gondola Barn in Creekside, chairlifts on Whistler Mountain, Roundhouse, Nancy Greene Summer Ski School, World Cup 1984, landscapes of Whistler, Pemberton, Mount Currie Rodeo, salmon smoking, and a party at Jordan's Lodge on Nita Lake.

1980s

Slide film of windsurfers on Alta Lake, Whistler Mountain, Creekside in Summer, Whistler Village, aerial photograph, Creekside parking lot, Search and Rescue Labrador helicopter, hiking Little Whistler, Rainbow Lodge (4), Franz Wilhelmsen, spring skiing, hang-gliding off Sproatt Mountain, downhill ski race, Tokum Corners, Drew Tait looking a empty beer bottles, and more.

World Cup Preliminary

Photographs of Snow Slides on surprise, North Face High (3/2/89/42), Whisky Jack (3/2/89/45), Orange chair, Roundhouse, Goats Gully run, Red Chair, Alta Lake, a helicopter dropping hay bails for a ski race, Course Marshall (3/2/89/55), Rainbow Lodge (3/2/89/59), and the original Myrtle Phillip School (3/2/89/60).

Molson World Downhill

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

Molson World Downhill March 1984 Program

March 7-11, 1984 Molson World Downhill program that includes sections and articles as follows:
"Sponsers"
"Letters of Welcome"
"Whistler Winterfest '84"
"The World Looks at Whistler"
"The Westside Course"
"The World Cup Event"
"Racer Profiles"
"A Canadian Tradition"
"OCO '88 Trains at Sarajevo"
"From Pastoral Summer Playground to World Cup Host"
"Whistler's Year-Round Appeal"
"The Conference Centre at Whistler"
"Challenge Yourself Through Molstar Participation"
"1983/83 Race Results"

Molson World Downhill 1982 Magazine

The Molson World Downhill (Whistler Mountain, February 27, 1982) magazine.
Table of Contents:
2 Canadian Alpine Ski Team
3 Premier's Message
4 Mr. Eric Molson's Message, Dr. Peter Andrew's Message
6 Acknowledgements
8 Organizing Committee, World Cup Rules, Schedule of Events
10-11 World Cup to Date
13 Competitors Picture Page
15 Ken Read Story, "This is Whistler" Section
18 The Course
20 1981 Final World Cup Standings
22 Skiing for Medals, National Team Coach John Ritchie
26 The Competitors
28 Race Results Chart
28 How to Watch the Race

Includes information on the story of the World Cup Race, the World Cup rules, the Schedule of Events, past World Cup results, the top competitors, an article on the resort town of Whistler, and article on downhill skiing by Ken Read, map of the course, an article about Molson skiing and information about how and where to watch the race.

Ski Canada Magazine 1982

A Ski Canada Magazine from 1982 as a Special Whistler World Cup Issue.
Table of Contents:
18 Whistler Welcomes the World - Everything's in place for Whistler's second attempt at staging a World Cup Downhill and if the weather cooperates it could be the start of something big.
23 Is Downhill Too Dangerous? - World Cup courses have not kept up with racing technology. The result: as speeds increase so do the number of injuries.
28 The Racers - Podborski, Mueller, Weirather and Read are household names in Europe. At Whistler they'll be the racers to watch.
33 The Race - For neophyte race watcher a World Cup downhill can be a confusing experience. These tips from a veteran race watcher tell you how to get the most out of the event.
35 The Course - Whistler's new downhill course is the second longest on the circuit and offers spectators plenty of opportunities to catch the action. Here's what to look for.
36 Bindings '82: Poised for a Leap into the Future - The mainstays are still there, but this year may be the turning point in ski binding development.
50 Club Med Strikes Gold at Copper Mountain - They've go a hit on their hands down in Colorado as French panache and American showmanship bring out the best in the Club Med formula.
41 Take the Powder Plunge - If you've been postponing your heli-skiing trip because you aren't sure you can handle the deep stuff, take heart. It's not as difficult as it looks.
56 Tod: The Mountain That Would be King - With its abundance of snow, endless terrain and colorful history, B.C.'s Tod Mountain should be a storybook development. Why it isn't is a story in itself.
66 Ready for a Shot at the Top - No longer the also-rans of our national team, a new breed of women are ready to prove they belong on the World Cup circuit.
6 First Tracks - Whistler World Cup important on three fronts
9 Short Turns- News and Notes from the skiing world.
15 Equipment - Re-inventing the perfect ski pole.
74 Racing Tips with Peter Duncan - Preparing for racing.
78 Last Run

Prints 113-127

Photographs of newspaper articles on the development of early Whistler Mountain, hotdoggers (including Wayne Wong) posing, children skiing, a large group photo of ski instructors, Gerry Rinaldi ski racing down Whistler Mountain, a Toni Sailer summer ski camp flyer, an annual ski pass for Garibaldi Lifts Ltd. for Dr. Fred Harder for 1966/67, an annual ski pass for Garibaldi Lifts Ltd. for Gordon Harder for 1966/67, the first guests to sign in at the Chateau Whistler Resort, skiers outside Roundhouse, skiers relaxing while looking at Whistler's Peak, people sitting in lawn chairs outside Roundhouse, Jim McConkey skiing off a snowy cornice on Whistler Mountain in The Vancouver Sun, 1971, and two skiers in powder.

Wendy Morrison Racing in Whistler Mountain Christmas Downhill

A woman is seen racing past a gate in a tuck position. A typed sticker on the reverse of the print reads, "Whistler Mountain Christmas Downhill. Wendy Morrison foreruns a race she won many times when racing with the Whistler Mt. Ski Club. Wendy left for Europe to win the World Cup the next ___." The end of the sticker is torn off the print, rendering the last word unreadable.

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