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19th Annual Powder Awards Ceremony on Thursday

The 19th Annual Powder Awards are on Thursday, and TGR’s film, athletes, and contributors are all well-represented. TGR’s Far Out has been nominated for Movie of the Year, Best Cinematography, and Best Post Production. Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Hadley Hammer, Nick McNutt, and Dane Tudor have been nominated for Best Powder based on their Far Out segment in BC’s Purcell Mountains, and photographer Nic Alegre has been nominated for Photo of the Year twice for the photos he took in Monte Lussari, Italy.

After an impressive performance at the iF3 awards earlier this season, hopes are high that the Powder Awards will go similarly. The reader’s favorite skiers will also be honored, having already been voted upon in the annual Powder Poll.

Related: TGR's Far Out Snags Multiple Awards at iF3 2018

Stay tuned for updates on the outcome of the Awards, and thanks for your support!

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Teton Gravity Research and BUFF® are proud to announce the conclusion of a successful second season of our Ski Town Heroes One for One Giveaway!  For every TGR x BUFF® Multifunctional Neckwear sold over the past two years, TGR and BUFF® donated one BUFF® product to our Ski Town Heroes, including Lifties, Ski Patrol, Speed Wranglers, Groomers, Lodge Staff, Bartenders, Tram Operators, and everyone who made the magic happen. Ski resorts, like just about everything, faced major challenges