Author Archive for:Tim Danson

Nik Zoricic vindicated – Issues between Zoricic family and the FIS settled

FIS and Alpine Canada accept that Nik was not responsible for his own death. FIS issues new and updated Ski Cross Guidelines and agree to commit $250,000.00 to the Nik Zoricic Foundation.

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Zoricic Family Sets Deadline for Investigation

The family of Nik Zoricic has set a deadline of June 15, 2013 for FIS and Alpine Canada to agree to an independent and transparent investigation into the Canadian World-Cup skicross racer’s death.

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Swiss Police Investigation Records and Report on the Death of Nik Zoricic

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Tim Danson & Zoricic Family to Hold News Conference Regarding the Swiss Police Investigation Report Into The Death of Nik Zoricic

A news conference has been scheduled to discuss the Swiss Police Investigation Report into the death of Canadian World Cup Ski-Cross Racer, Nik Zoricic.

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CBC’s The Fifth Estate Airs Program on the Tragic Death of Nik Zoricic

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Eric Lamaze Faces a Tough Challenge at the London 2012 Olympic Games

Canadian show jumper Eric Lamaze enters London as the defending champion in Individual Mixed Jumping.

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Father’s Day Weekend Marks 24th Anniversary of Christopher Stephenson Slaying

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Zoricic Family Interviewed on Canada AM

Following the April 25th News Conference held by Tim Danson, the family of the late Canadian skier, Nik Zoricic, were guests on CTV’s Canada AM – Canada’s most watched national morning news program.

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CBC’s Connect with Mark Kelley Interviews Silvia Brudar

In an emotional interview with CBC’s Connect with Mark Kelley host Rosemary Barton, Silvia Brudar, mother of diseased Canadian skier Nik Zoricic, talks about burying the burden of her loss and the unanswered questions surrounding her son’s death.

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Zoricic Family Demands Independent Investigation

Just over one month ago, Nik Zoricic needlessly met his death during a World Cup Ski-Cross Race in Grindelwald, Switzerland.

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