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Xavier De Le Rue Presents Mission: Steeps

French freeride snowboarder Xavier de le Rue is a legend in his own right, pushing his sport to levels nobody had ever before. After his Mission: Antartica film, De Le Rue teamed up with a crop of boundary-pushing big mountain skiers and snowboarders like Sam Anthamatten and the late Andreas Fransson to document riding steeps all over the world. 

RELATED: Xavier de le Rue Presents Mission: Antarctica

While Camp 4 Collective and Timeline Missions originally produced Mission: Steeps in 2013, the mind-blowing riding is still relevant today. The film follows De Le Rue from the steeps of Zermatt and Chamonix, all the way to Haines, Alaska. 

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Watch: Kings And Queens of Corbet’s 2021 on TGR
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Watch: Kings And Queens of Corbet’s 2021 on TGR

Watch: Kings And Queens of Corbet’s 2021 on TGR

Catch the full stream of one of our favorite events of the year right here on TGR: the 2021 Kings and Queens of Corbet’s. Just a few days ago, 26 skiers and snowboarders gathered for one of the most unique competitions ever held – a festival of hucking into Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s infamous Corbet’s Couloir. Can last year’s reigning champions Parkin Costain and Veronica Paulsen keep their title, or will a new King and Queen emerge?

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Journey>Reward: The Human-Powered Snowboard Revolution
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Journey>Reward: The Human-Powered Snowboard Revolution

Journey>Reward: The Human-Powered Snowboard Revolution

Every sport undergoes evolutions and progressions – for athletes, the simple act is pushing themselves and their peers is what keeps many of them in game for lengthy successful careers. In snowboarding, and action sports in general, that evolution and progression might be the single strongest driving force. After all, who’s keeping score in the mountains? Snowboarding in particular is a sport defined by (r)evolution – at first it was the counterculture against mainstream winter sports.

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Absinthe Films Drops Full Tribute Segment from CHANNEL ZeRO
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Absinthe Films Drops Full Tribute Segment from CHANNEL ZeRO

Absinthe Films Drops Full Tribute Segment from CHANNEL ZeRO

Absinthe Film’s latest project CHANNEL ZeRO was a treat for the eyes, featuring of course some of the best snowboarding we’ve ever seen. As part of it, a standout segment included riding from Selema Masekela, Russell Winfield, Ben Hinkley, Stevie Bell, Gabby Maiden, Durell Williams, Keir Dillon, and Dillon Ojo. It’s Black History Month, so Absinthe released the full Tribute segment for us to enjoy riding from some of the best Black snowboarders in the industry. Whether it’s heavy-hitting