In December, snow sports giant Snow Sports, the parent company of USA TODAY Sports, announced it would discontinue the Snow Biking and Snow Skiing programs after two years.
In a blog post on its website, the company said: Our goal with the Snow Sports programs is to provide our customers with the most rewarding experience possible and we have always been committed to giving our customers the most value from the programs.
While our Snow Bikes and Snow Skis programs continue to be an important part of our Snow Sport program, the Snow Sport family of programs has evolved in recent years and the Snow Bike and Snowboard programs have evolved into something we are proud to call Snow Sports.”
Snow Sports was one of the first to go downhill ski racing in the U.S. in 1998.
Since then, snow biking has become the leading sport for skiers, snowboarders and snowboarder enthusiasts in North America.
Since 2013, Snow Sports has become one of just five ski companies in the country to win the International Ski Federation’s “World Snowboarder of the Year” award and the world’s most valuable snowboard brand.
Snow Sport also has a long history of snowboarding, having won the first World Snowboarding Championship in 1964.
While some athletes use the program to get paid, some skiers also have fun with the snow and donate money to charity.
The company is one of several companies that have started programs in support of the Umpqua Community College shooting victims.
On Friday, SnowSports CEO Kevin Sullivan said the company would no longer provide financial support to Snow Sports.
He said he didn’t know the specific details of the decision until Friday evening, but he said it had nothing to do with the shootings in Oregon.
He also said that he would donate $250,000 to the victims’ families.
The company has also begun a program called Snow Bites, which allows fans to donate money at sporting events to help victims of the shooting.