News: Teton Gravity Research Segment To Air On NBC World Of Adventure Sports Oct. 14
By Sam Petri | October 10th, 2012
The above Teton Gravity Research clip was featured last year on NBC's World of Adventure Sports. An Adam Clark photo of the line Ian McIntosh is skiing in this clip is featured in this month's issue of The Ski Journal - volume six, number one.
NEW YORK, New York - The World of Adventure Sports® (WOAS), an action and adventure sports series, will air on Sunday, October 14th at 2:30 p.m. ET/11:30 p.m. PT. Host, Todd Harris of NBC Sports brings viewers the premier episode of the 2012 season from Teva Mountain Games in Vail, Colorado.
Footage from Teton Gravity Research’s newest film, The Dream Factory, will be featured on the show.
Fueled by the desire to explore new terrain, the Teton Gravity Research athletes and crew embark on a heli-skiing pilgrimage to a relatively unexplored zone in the northwest corner of the Northern Chugach mountain range in Alaska. Follow TGR on this adventure of exploration as they ski big mountain first descents in Alaska while filming for their 2012 ski and snowboard film “The Dream Factory.”
Teton Gravity Research will again be featured on WOAS on Nov. 18.
WOAS 2012 broadcast schedule on NBC*:
October 14th 2:30 PM ET
November 4 3:30 PM ET
November 18 2:00 PM ET
December 23 4:00 PM ET
*Show times are subject to change*
For the airing schedule of WOAS on VERSUS and Universal Sports please visit worldofadventuresports.com/schedule
About The World of Adventure Sports®: From adrenaline sports to expedition adventures, the Emmy award winning World of Adventure Sports captures the world’s greatest events and behind the scenes stories that reveal the passion of those who play to the edge. The World of Adventure Sports is managed and produced by Aura360 and 360 Productions and is owned and managed by Aura360, Global Content Partners and Red Bull in conjunction with NBC Sports Ventures.
World of Adventure Sports airs throughout the year on NBC Sports, VERSUS and Universal Sports and is syndicated internationally.
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