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The White Room: Return to Glory

After a disappointing 2015/2016 winter, the squad knew that if we wanted to get the Glory back, we needed to get back into the White Room. The 2016/2017 winter came through with near record snowfall in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, home of Jay Peak Resort. This edit shows our quest to get back in the White Room and earn that powdery Glory we all seek, year in, year out. We had a ton of fun (and worked pretty hard) making this, so we hope you enjoy.

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Things Get Tense at Shaun White Olympic Presser Over Harassment Allegations
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Things Get Tense at Shaun White Olympic Presser Over Harassment Allegations

Things Get Tense at Shaun White Olympic Presser Over Harassment Allegations

As we reported last night, Shaun White nabbed his third career Olympic gold medal with a near-flawless performance in the last run of the men's halfpipe final, snatching the top spot out of the hands of 19-year-old Japanese wunderkind Ayumu Hirano in dramatic fashion.  And while White's performance has dominated the Olympic headlines over the past 24 hours, his life off the slopes is also drawing the attention of some media members–which led to a fairly tense exchange during White's

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Chloe Kim, Shaun White Absolutely Slay the Olympic Halfpipe
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Chloe Kim, Shaun White Absolutely Slay the Olympic Halfpipe

Chloe Kim, Shaun White Absolutely Slay the Olympic Halfpipe

Yesterday was nothing short of pure domination by the American snowboarding team in the Olympic Halfpipe. On her Olympic debut in the women's snowboard halfpipe final, Chloe Kim set the standard early by dropping an impressive 93.75 score on her first run. A score so solid, that none of the other competitors could match it by her final run.  Having already won gold, Kim let loose with a victory lap for the ages, one-upping herself, by landing a frontside 1080 into a cab 1080

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Rossignol’s Snowboard Team Shows Why Your Next Ski Trip Should be Japan
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Rossignol’s Snowboard Team Shows Why Your Next Ski Trip Should be Japan

Rossignol’s Snowboard Team Shows Why Your Next Ski Trip Should be Japan

There are many things about Andrew Muse’s trip to Japan that simply feel otherworldly. Hotel delivery robots, snow removal facilitated by natural hot springs, and the shower/toilet/sink three-in-one combo are definite firsts for us. But despite Japan’s cultural differences, it has one thing that doesn’t need explaining: untouched snow, and lots of it. Muse, who has made a name for himself for traveling the states in his adventure van, chases some of the finest powder stashes in the Land of