There's something about pond skims that invites disaster. The combination of sunny weather, alcohol, and howling spectators encourages skimmers to take stupid risks that occasionally end in disaster.
Though this particular incident ends with minimal injuries, it's not hard to imagine how things could have gone differently. It's no exaggeration to say that one of the in-pond snowboarders was inches from a serious neck injury, or potentially death. We can laugh about it now, but let's all agree not to party-ski into pond skims.
'Heroes' is a new fine art book dedicated to the culture, community, and progression of women’s snowboarding. Flipping through most major snowboard publications, you’ll be lucky to find a few pages featuring female riders. Cover shots are even fewer and further between. And even though women's riding has progressed leaps and bounds over the last few decades, media coverage hasn't entirely caught up. The new book wants to fill this void. It's a 288-page large-format volume of stunning
The TGR tour is in full swing, with sold out crowds around the country getting hyped for winter with our new ski and snowboard film 'Make Believe' on screens at the drive-in, outdoor events, or socially distanced indoor premieres. Related: Get your Tickets to TGR Make Believe Here This Saturday saw the launch of our more intimate screenings, as the TGR WhiSKI Series kicked off with a hometown event at the Jackson Hole Rodeo. Now in its fourth year, the WhiSKI Series is our small batch
With an incredible snowpack in Northern Norway came the opportunity to ski some of the biggest lines the Lyngen Alps has to offer. Together with Eivind Jacobsen, Krister Furnes Kopala and Emma Sunnefeldt Nyberg, I took the advantage of the great conditions. We skied four big lines including a first descent. Above you'll find a video featuring the most memorable descent from the 2020 season. Lines in order of appearance: 1. North West Face of Tomastind 2. Ukkonen, Lakselvtindane 3.