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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.

Bryan began shooting as a teen, from his home in Vancouver Island, British Columbia. He's known for his moody lighting and stunning landscape shots. For more on his work, visit brynhughes.com.

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.

Carston Oliver, left, Eliel Hindert, right, ripping sunset pow turns.

Eye of the Condor Winning Photos

Team DubSatch came out on top in both the photo and video categories at the Eye of the Condor. Against all odds (a young team, a last minute bail by the photog) they put together the best photos and videos of the week. Check them, and the rest of the teams' shots here.

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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.