Sammy Carlson and Ian McIntosh slay spine lines up in AK while filming for #theSammyCProject, premiering November 20th at the Roseland Theater in Portland, OR.
Editor's Note: This is the second installment of a ten part mini webseries leading up to the Sammy C Project premier
We can all train and drill as much as we want, but when it comes down to it, there's nothing quite like a real, live rescue scenario. TGR athletes Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Griffin Post have been actively involved in backcountry rescues themselves, and had the chance to experience firsthand what dealing with that situation is like. RELATED: Don't be an idiot – get a WFR and save a life! Listen to them speak about performing a rescue – one of a dear friend, the other of a complete
When big mountain skiers and snowboarders Jeremie Heitz, Nico Vuignier, Sam Anthamatten, Laurent DeMartin, Florian Bruchez, and Mathieu Schaer get together, you know it’s going to be wild. What we didn’t expect, however, was filmmaker and skier Nico Vuignier’s take on the matter. Imagine this: turn out all the lights, light up the sky with a huge fireball, and then shred hairy big mountain lines like there’s no tomorrow. RELATED: The Faction Collective Presents That’s exactly what Vuignier
Slovakian World Cup skier Andreas Zampa took an unlikely route to the lead at Adelboden on Sunday. Ignoring the conventional wisdom which dictates that staying upright on your skis is the best way to end a race, he took a fall right before the finish and slid over the line on his side. Related: The Freeride World Tour Kicks Off in Hakuba This Week Despite crashing, he took the lead with that run, but did not manage to finish his second, unfortunately preventing him from reaping the