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April Showers Bring the POW!!

Sunday April 14th - The Snowies, Wyoming

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Human Powered: How ‘High Country Caravan’ Sparked a Splitboarding Revolution
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Human Powered: How ‘High Country Caravan’ Sparked a Splitboarding Revolution

Human Powered: How ‘High Country Caravan’ Sparked a Splitboarding Revolution

Six days before, Danny Davis had never even worn a pair of crampons; now he was hoofing it alongside Jeremy Jones and Nick Russell in an extended backcountry mission in the Sierra Nevada. This was only part of their crew. Waiting below was backcountry guru Nick Schnieder, and snowboarding legend Kevin Pearce even tagged along for a few days. Meanwhile, documenting the whole adventure was a small film crew, that would later compile their adventures into the short film . There was about

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Anna Gasser Becomes First Woman to Land Cab Double Cork 1260
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Anna Gasser Becomes First Woman to Land Cab Double Cork 1260

Anna Gasser Becomes First Woman to Land Cab Double Cork 1260

Anna Gasser has had a rollercoaster year. Her winter season started on a high note by becoming the first woman to do a Triple, but celebrations were short lived. Two months later she fractured her ankle at the Laax Open, putting her season on hold for 10 weeks. RELATED: Victor De Le Rue’s Gnarly Chamonix Rappel If anything, these injuries demonstrate Gasser's tenacity. Back on the board, the snowboarder went for another big first for the ladies: A Cab Double Cork 1260. And to put the cherry

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Red Bull Homerun is Pure Carnage on Skis
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Red Bull Homerun is Pure Carnage on Skis

Red Bull Homerun is Pure Carnage on Skis

The Chinese Downhill is truly a special beast in the world of ski racing. So naturally, Red Bull put on an event in Davos, Switzerland – called Red Bull Homerun – that celebrates this strange art form. 500 costumed skiers and boarders lined up in the start gate and sprinted to their gear only to point it down the racecourse complete with crashes, jumps, and all sorts of pandemonium - all the way to the apres tent. We even see a cameo from our favorite mountain bike announcer, Claudio Caluori