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Erik Roner Cajun Coulior Ski Base

Watch Roner jump of Cajun Coulior in Jackson Hole, WY.

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​VIDEO: Kayaker Survives Nasty Entrapment Under Rock
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​VIDEO: Kayaker Survives Nasty Entrapment Under Rock

​VIDEO: Kayaker Survives Nasty Entrapment Under Rock

Here’s a quick reminder of how scary whitewater kayaking can turn in an instant. Paddler Archer McLeay was running BC’s Ryan River when he took the wrong line and ended up getting swallowed by an undercut he didn’t even realize was there. Miraculously, after realizing there was no way to roll up, he pulled his skirt and swam to a pocket of air and light he saw at the back of the cave. It led to an exit and he crawled back up on to the river bank, giving his buddies a real scare. His filmer

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A 13-Year-Old Just Won Olympic Street Skateboarding Gold
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A 13-Year-Old Just Won Olympic Street Skateboarding Gold

A 13-Year-Old Just Won Olympic Street Skateboarding Gold

If this isn’t a hometown hero story, then we’re not sure what is. With skateboarding finally debuting in the Tokyo Olympics (a win for action sports in general), two Japanese riders took full advantage of their home court to make action sports history. First, in the men’s street competition, 22-year-old Yuto Horigome took home the first-ever skateboarding gold medal for his home country, only to be followed up by 13-year-old Momiji Nishiya in the women’s competition a day later. Horigome

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​VIDEO: Rush Sturges’ New Film Is A Kayak Masterpiece
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​VIDEO: Rush Sturges’ New Film Is A Kayak Masterpiece

​VIDEO: Rush Sturges’ New Film Is A Kayak Masterpiece

If you haven’t already watched Rush Sturges’ latest whitewater film , do yourself a favor and toss it up on the ol’ tube tonight. Chronicling the story of legendary boater Scott Lindgren’s quest to paddle the four great rivers that originate from Tibet’s sacred Mount Kailash, the film dives deep into his struggle with trauma, addiction, and a life-threatening brain tumor. It’s an exploration of vulnerability within adventure sports culture and a look into mental health in high-stakes