"Women, money, cars, travel ... that's cross-country skiing." (Scott Sommerdorf/CP Images)
Cross-country skiing is one of Canada's most popular winter sports. For most Canadians, it is their favourite way to exercise in nature, but on a professional level it is a much different story. However, behind the veneer of serene athletes gliding through the snow, the world of big money cross-country skiing is a reckless and hedonistic one.
Peter Oldring's documentary "The Winning Trail" explores this lesser
known aspect of the sport through the eyes of cross-country skiing's
infamous bad-boy Todd Palmer.
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