Now, athletes have a good reason to compete in South America— two back-to-back events.
Former Skiing Magazine Editor Megan Michelson was nominated for Best Female Segment in the Powder Video Awards.
With top of the podium finishes at all of the major comps so far, Canadian halfpipe skiers are dominating the scene this season. We talked with Justin Dorey, Matt Margetts, and coach Trennon Paynter at the Dew Tour stop in Breckenridge to find out why.
When you’re standing at the top of a steep, rowdy line, chances are, you’re not thinking about if your skis can handle what you’ll throw their way. Bruce Jahnke, Director of Product Testing at K2, has already done that for you. He stepped out of the lab to tell us how your skis are tested.
Monday, the USSA announced the Denver Big Air, a new competition that will take place right before a major industry tradeshow and the X Games. However, is that schedule packed just a little too tight? We talked to reigning X Games champ and unofficial Denver Big Air spokesman Bobby Brown about competing multiple times in one week.
When Jonny Moseley completed an inverted trick in the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake, he placed fourth. In Vancouver, Jeret "Speedy" Peterson landed the most challenging trick in the history of aerials. He got second place. Could the Olympics squash the spirit of halfpipe skiing? Jen Hudak and Tim Windell chime in.
Their upcoming film, featuring Ingrid Backstrom and Colby West, will premier this fall.
In three short years, Sweetgrass Productions has grown from a crew of college kids with cameras into an award-winning film company. After spending a whole season filming in Hokkaido, Japan, the Sweetgrass crew has hit the road—and will be touring across the country this fall.