Stefan Kraft flew 253.5 meters to claim a new world record this past week. The 23-year-old Austrian native flew for almost ten seconds, which is incomprehensible to someone like myself who can only hit mini-park jumps. If you want to see a freestyle take on speed flying, check out TGR's own Sammy Carlson launch himself off a similar jump backward.
Trevor Kennison isn’t afraid to go big. But you probably already knew that. The sit skier who became the first adaptive athlete to air into Corbet’s just made history again as he became the first to hit an X Games big air jump. The jump is 70 feet to the knuckle, 80 feet to the sweet spot…and Kennison took it nearly to the parking lot. After coming up a bit short on a practice jump, he took another crack at it and sent it pretty much to flat. Twice. Check it out.
Teton Gravity Research and HBO have teamed up to bring you the all-new documentary film series Directed by Steve and Todd Jones, EDGE OF THE EARTH brings you an immersive blend of action-adventure sport, travel journal, and nature documentary, following four different groups of elite action-adventure athletes on four unique, never-before accomplished missions within undiscovered realms of nature. Starting with an Alaskan winter ski and snowboard expedition, reaching the heights of a first
Robin Van Gyn's latest project is a 5 part docuseries that covers every corner and crevasse of everything you've ever loved. The star studded cast features womxn in the spaces of surfing, skateboarding, art, environmental activism and snowboarding - aiming to illustrate what is possible when sport is leveraged as a vehicle to affect fundamental change. Each episode is centered sound a specific theme: From knowledge and adaptation, activism, cultural heritage and community, that "showcases a