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How Photographer Jimmy Chin Makes a Smoothie

Photographer Jimmy Chin might be the most famous outdoor photographer of this generation. His work regularly graces such publications as the New York Times and National Geographic, while also appearing in commercials for companies like Chase Visa. 

Jimmy is just like you and me (if you don't count the mountaineering, badass photographer bit) and likes to start his day with a smoothie. Check out how he makes it above. 

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Video: Maine Water Ramp Bro Takes Whistler
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Video: Maine Water Ramp Bro Takes Whistler

Video: Maine Water Ramp Bro Takes Whistler

After his success on Utah’s water ramps, Maine’s most prolific skier headed up north to try his luck at Whistler. Despite his best efforts to “teach ‘em a thing or two about how to lay in a wicked nice cahve tuhn,” Donny P struggles to gain the respect of the locals. Related: Will Smith Hits the Indoor Slopes in Dubai All in all, Whistler fails to impress Donny, who concludes that Sunday River is a much more impressive mountain on the whole. Is Jackson Hole next? Only time will

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VIDEO: 3 Seconds of Insane Skiing With Dash Longe
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VIDEO: 3 Seconds of Insane Skiing With Dash Longe

VIDEO: 3 Seconds of Insane Skiing With Dash Longe

This video has been a dream in progress since the day the footage was captured, and I'm stoked to share it in time to get you fired up to VOTE for your favorite skiers in the 19th Annual Powder Poll! VOTE FOR DASH LONGE & THE TGR CREW IN THE POWDER AWARDS This one's for the UNDERDOGS. If you like seeing the underdog come out on top, then  VOTE now, and let's skew the ratio in favor of dudes like Todd Ligare, Griffin Post and myself...who go for it regardless of the outcome! Voting

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Five Blind Veterans Complete the Ultimate Kayaking Trip Down The Grand Canyon
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Five Blind Veterans Complete the Ultimate Kayaking Trip Down The Grand Canyon

Five Blind Veterans Complete the Ultimate Kayaking Trip Down The Grand Canyon

Warning: This video will hit you right in the feels, but it's absolutely worth the watch. Travis Fugate had never met a blind person before he lost his vision fighting overseas. He was sure that extreme sports were over for him. But as Travis would learn, he was capable of kayaking down 226 miles of frothing whitewater through the Grand Canyon. Related: A Look At The Army’s Most Famous Group of Soldiers This Memorial Day Weekend Paired up with Team River Runner, this group of five sightless