When New Zealander Jossi Wells clicked into his bindings at the top of the superpipe finals at the Breckenridge Dew Tour on Saturday night, he had a lot on his mind. He’s recovering from a knee injury and he’d crashed earlier in the day during the slopestyle preliminary round, eliminating any chances of making it to the slopestyle finals held on Sunday....(click to the next slide)

Winter Dew Tour at Breckenridge

The first of the three-stop Winter Dew Tour took place this weekend at Breckenridge, Colorado. We were there to watch athletes throw down during the slopestyle and superpipe finals.

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Blake Jorgenson Wins Olympus Pro Photographer Showdown

As part of the Telus World Ski and Snowboard festival in Whistler, photographers from around the world submitted their ski, surf, mountain bike, and skate photos for inclusion in the Olympus Pro Photographer Showdown. The finalists were invited to submit a nine minute slideshow, set to music, of the best images from their life's work. These are a few images from the finalists, as well as Blake Jorgenson's winning presentation.

The Jump

Denver Big Air

The first ever Denver Big Air went off last night. Team Armada took home the win, and Nordica's John Spriggs won best trick. Here’s what it looked like.


Five-Question Interview: Simon Dumont

Simon Dumont is a seven-time X-Games medalist known for his gravity defying amplitude in the halfpipe. Between last weekend’s Visa U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain and this weekend’s Dew Tour at Breckenridge we caught up with Simon to talk about injuries, the Olympics, and his clothing company Empire Attire.