Industry headlines: Intriguing reads from around the web
Winter ascent: This season, four teams of climbers will attempt a feat never accomplished before—summiting K2 in winter. [Climbing]
Rush for drilling rights: Oil companies are stockpiling drilling permits in the waning days of the Trump administration. [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
A fresh face at Giro: Rome Snowboards co-founder Josh Reid has signed on as Giro’s new brand manager.
The slopes are for everyone: How the Share Winter Foundation helps organizations make snowsports more inclusive. 
Apparel for the nostalgic runner: An in-depth look at how Tracksmith has blended retro stylings with modern functionality over the company’s history. [Outside Online]
Corner to corner: Last year, a savvy hiker blazed a unique trail across Colorado. Here’s a close look at the path she took. [Backpacker]
Filson's new executive: Paolo Corinaldesi has stepped in as the outdoor apparel manufacturer's new CEO.
Broken nose? No problem: An ultrarunner wouldn’t let a hard fall stop her from winning a Texas 100K. [Canadian Running Magazine]
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