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Aspen, Colorado is crawling with top athletes from all over the world this week. The madness begins Thursday at Buttermilk Mountain with men and women's ski slopestyle events and the snowboard Real Street urban competition. With the amount of riders that flock to Aspen for Winter X Games, it's somewhat overwhelming (okay, outrageously overwhelming) and definitely difficult to keep track of what the heck is going on in the span of four days.ESPN has compiled a helpful list of..Read More →
New Zealand is the place to be for full blown winter action this August. From the recently wrapped Burton NZ Open, to the World Heli Challenge, Lake Wanaka has been filled with world-renowned pro skiers and snowboarders all excited to be back on snow. The 2011 World Heli Challenge marked the best competition of its class with exceptional shredding from a laundry list of pros.Read on for a full recap of all the winners. GrindTV Newswire: Lake Wanaka, NZ (13..Read More →
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GrindTV Newswire via Burton, Lake Wanaka, New Zealand: (May 18, 2010) The Burton New Zealand Snowboard Open (NZO) is pleased to announce that the 2010 event will again be hosted at Cardrona Alpine Resort in the Cardrona Valley of Wanaka NZ from August 10-14, 2010.After a hugely successful return to Cardrona in 2009, the Burton NZ Open is set to raise the bar once again while leaving its mark on the global snowboard scene."We are stoked to again host the Open at such a..Read More →
The Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour has a new Tour leader: With his win at the 4Star Stylewars 2009 in Falls Creek, Australia, the 16 year old Sebastien Toutant from Canada finished the contest in front of his current biggest opponent on the Tour and fellow countryman Charles Reid. Toutant is the youngest Tour leader in SwatchTTR history. Reid now sits in World No. 2 with a 3rd place finish behind Norwegian youngster Mikkel Bang who took second place atStylewars. Eric..Read More →
Behind The Scenes With Jamie Anderson At The NZ Open 2009Read More →
Snowboard history was made this past weekend on the south island of New Zealand at a tiny valley resort called Cardrona during the first major Snowboard competition of the year... the 2009 Burton New Zealand Open. For the first time in competition riders were attempting the double cork 1080 spins. And they were landing them. Much of this progression lends itself to the fact that these top riders are all vying for a coveted spot on the Olympic Snowboard Halfpipe team. Only four..Read More →
TTR New Zealand Open 2009 Wrap Up - Aguirre, Toutant, WhiteRead More →
TTR Tricks - Luke Mitrani snowboarding tricks at NZ OpenRead More →
Shaun White Hits Back To Back Double Corks @ Burton NZ Open 09Read More →
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