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Watch how Jeremy Nobis Revived Skiing in the 90s

Jeremy Nobis started out ski racing, but thanks to Todd, Steve, and the open spot on one of their helis in Alaska, he’s now respected as a pioneer of aggressive big mountain skiing.

Nobis, in all his long-haired glory, brushed off the person giving him the lowdown on sluff management, and proceeded to open the throttle, making Super G turns the whole way down the ridiculously steep face.

Todd and Steve were blown away. So was Powder magazine. They took one of his turns from that line and smacked it onto the cover of their February 1998 issue with the caption, “Jeremy Nobis: The next rock star?” It was a cover that changed the world.

Through Nobis and his run with TGR, skiing became cool.

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​WATCH NOW: STOKE THE FIRE TEASER
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​WATCH NOW: STOKE THE FIRE TEASER

​WATCH NOW: STOKE THE FIRE TEASER

TGR’s 26th annual film release  explores our athletes’ evolution within skiing and the pure joy that manifests from that process. The stoke means different things to different people based on where they are in their evolution. For some it is about committing to a new world, a lifestyle, and the friendships that blossom from that commitment. The choice to enter this world is a spark, and with every new experience the fire grows. With more knowledge comes more exploration, both physically and

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World’s First Triple Cork in a Ski Halfpipe
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World’s First Triple Cork in a Ski Halfpipe

World’s First Triple Cork in a Ski Halfpipe

It may be July, but that doesn’t stop the snow park junkies from booting up and getting some late season tricks in. Just because it’s the middle of summer doesn’t mean you can’t break a world record on the slopes, right? U.S. freeskier Hunter Hess would agree, landing the world’s first triple cork on a ski halfpipe last week. After spending time mastering his form on Mammoth Mountain and Mt. Hood, Hess was finally able to stomp the landing. Talk about a big summer blowout. To catch some more

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VIDEO: Cody Townsend and The Fifty Project Emerge From Hiding
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VIDEO: Cody Townsend and The Fifty Project Emerge From Hiding

VIDEO: Cody Townsend and The Fifty Project Emerge From Hiding

Fear not, fans of the Fifty! Cody Townsend, Bjarne Salen, and friends are back! We just got an update from Cody about the status of his ongoing project and have to say that we’re pretty fired up about what’s been going on. He says: “” Check out more details about the upcoming series of episodes in his teaser - there's some big lines, big names, and lots of stoke to be had.