As millions of people watched Greta Thunberg give her now-famous speech in front of the United Nations, many thousands more marched through the streets all over the world demanding action be taken to halt climate change. Brand like The North Face, Burton, Specialized and Patagonia closed their doors for the day or called for their customers to go out and let their voices be heard. As people that live, work, and play outside in our changing environment every single day, athletes have high stakes in this struggle. Check out what a handful of them had to say.
Every skier and snowboarder has a personal bucket list they would like to accomplish before their knees give out and they have to resort to something lesser, like golfing. Most common are having a 100-day season, visiting Japow, getting their alpine fix in at Chamonix, and doing a tour of British Columbia’s legendary Powder Highway. Enter To Win: All Friends on a Powder Day Sweepstakes The Powder Highway is famous for its huge amounts of fluffy white snowfall in down-to-earth towns with
We didn't expect to see Donny Pelletier the Maine Bro again until next ski season, but lo and behold, here he is. In true East-Coaster fashion, he's spending the summer 'watah skippin' at an unidentified lake in Maine. While his water-skiing skills seem to be limited, the electric tape+hat trick is a real diamond in the rough. RELATED: Why I Gave Up Everything (Except My Trust Fund) To Ski In all seriousness, Donny (AKA 2018 Olympian Troy Murphy) takes some pretty nasty slams out there on
For nearly a quarter century running, Teton Gravity Research has celebrated the beginning of winter with the World Premiere of our annual ski and snowboard film at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. This past weekend, we were proud to present to a sold-out crowd of stoked guests. The world premiere of the film was surrounded by the festivities of our second annual Far Out Fest, with JHMR opening their bike park and live music from the likes of The Elovaters and Luke Mitrani. RELATED: Tickets