In TGR’s film Almost Ablaze, Angel Collinson impressed with one of the most talked about segments of the year. She was the first woman to ever open a TGR ski film, her exploits earned her a nomination for Best Female Performance at this year’s Powder Awards and finalist at the Banff Mountain Film Festival. In honor of this recognition TGR is proud to release Angel Collinson’s full segment for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
While the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang is in full swing, South Korea is also hosting the world’s first robot ski tournament. “Edge of Robot: Ski Robot Challenge,” featured 8 teams from local universities and tech companies. Despite their heinous performances, Kim Dong-Uk–the event organizer–said, “I think robots will have their own Winter Games on the sidelines of the Olympics held by humans.” Mr. Dong-Uk can dream all he likes, but right now he should worry about the fact that his
Over the past few years, Hadley Hammer has become a ubiquitous presence in the world of pro skiing–showcasing her talents in TGR films while stacking clips for some of the biggest sponsors in the industry. Given that Hadley was born and raised in Jackson, Wyoming, you might assume that she was always destined for a life of skiing greatness, but that isn't the case. In a new sort video from CEP compression socks, Hadley talks about how–going through college–she always assumed she would get a
Fabian Lentsch takes us on a trip around the world in his highlight reel from last year's season in Red Bull’s edit titled, “A Year Of Insane Freeskiing" with footage from Greece, Alaska, Georgia, and Kyrgyzstan. Don’t be ashamed to open up Google Maps and check out where Kyrgyzstan is located. The video flaunts a year in the life of Fabian Lentsch, where he experiences stunning lines, perfect powder, full stoke, and a killer beat in the background.