This past season was a tough one to be a grom – or a skier and rider of any age, for that matter. Despite the strangest winter season we’ve ever seen, we were blown away by the level of talent we saw in the 2020 TGR Grom Comp, presented by GoPro. Some of the best skiers and snowboarders under the age of 18 threw down all winter long, stacking clips for the win. As always, this year’s winners were chosen by a panel of judges made up of TGR athletes and staff. The competition was tight, and we are stoked to announce our Grand Prize and Runner Up winners! All winners will receive a GoPro Hero 8, a TGR apparel prize pack, plus a pair of goggles, a helmet, and a back protector from SHRED.
Grand Prize: Luke Miele (14) and Jenna Riccomini (16)
Runner Up: Wyatt Gentry (13) and Molly Adams (14)
While we're sad to see Pollard leave Line Skis, we can't wait to see what comes from his new brand Season Eqpt. Evo photo. After 21 years with Line Skis, Eric Pollard is on to the next chapter in his career. According to an announcement on his Instagram, in August of 2019, the collaboration between the two came to an end. For the last two decades, Pollard designed 48 pairs of Line Skis, with hopes of challenging the status quo in skiing. Two of his most famous skis are the Sakana and Sir
The Freeride World Tour just announced the official list of 48 athletes who will compete in the upcoming FWT21 season. Seven snowboard women, nine snowboard men, eight ski women and 24 ski men will fight to lift the trophy as the FWT champion, traveling across the globe to compete. The full roster is below:SKI MEN The Top 13 FWT 2020 in ranking order: Isaac FREELAND (USA)Kristofer TURDELL (SWE)Andrew POLLARD (USA)Blake MARSHALL (NZ)Reine BARKERED (SWE)Carl REGNÉR (SWE)Drew TABKE (USA)Carl
Avalanche centers across the country work very hard to keep us safe from these, and they need your help this winter. Max Ritter photo. Do you like playing in the backcountry all winter long? Do you check your local avalanche forecast every morning? Do you know how underfunded most avalanche centers are? Well, now is a great time to donate to your local forecast center, and help support their ongoing work to keep you, your friends, and the infrastructure we all take for granted safe. By