For over 60 years, Rolex has been involved in equestrian sport—and each year has seen the level of competition intensify.
Aerobatic (or “acrobatic”) paragliding involves doing flips and spins while gliding through the air from a height of about 1,000 metres. David Thibodeau, 24, whose father died in a paragliding accident, is the only Canadian who is currently competing in this perilous sport.
Kobe Bryant, as the saying goes, gets better with age—a trait that’s earned him the nickname Vino among his peers.
When the Winter Olympics climaxed earlier this year with the storybook gold-medal win of the Canadian men’s hockey team and the streets of Vancouver (my hometown) exploded with exhilaration.