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Wescott Back on Top at Telluride


TELLURIDE-MOUNTAIN VILLAGE, CO (Dec. 14) - In blizzard conditions at Telluride, two-time Olympic champion Seth Wescott (Sugarloaf, ME) climbed back on top of the FIS Snowboarding World Cup podium, taking a photo finish win in the USANA Snowboardcross Cup over Australia's Alex Pullin. It was a sweet change from two years earlier at Telluride...

Holland Top U.S. SBX Qualifier


TELLURIDE - MOUNTAIN VILLAGE, CO (Dec. 13) - Fresh off a team SBX win in Austria, Nate Holland (Squaw Valley, CA) was the top U.S. Snowboarding rider in qualifying Thursday for the USANA Snowboardcross Cup in Telluride. Holland was third fastest in the first run to make Friday's round of 32 heats. Faye Gulini (Salt Lake City), ninth, was the...

Telluride Mountain Village Partners with USSA



USANA Snowboardcross Cup at Telluride


TELLURIDE, CO (Dec. 10) – Two of the most exciting Olympic sports come to Colorado’s Telluride Resort this week with the USANA Ski and Snowboardcross Cup beginning Thursday. Olympic gold medalist Seth Wescott (Sugarloaf, ME) will join seven-time X Games champion...

Holland and Kearney Take Team SBX Victory


MONTAFON, Austria (Dec. 8) – Nate Holland (Squaw Valley, CA) and Hagen Kearney (Telluride, CO) stuck together for an impressive win at the FIS World Cup team race in Montafon, Austria. It was a tight race the entire way through adverse weather conditions. Teammates Jonathan Cheever and Nick Baumgartner came in fourth. The team heads to the...

U.S. Snowboarding Team Named at Copper


COPPER MOUNTAIN, CO (Dec. 8) – The 2013 U.S. Snowboarding Team halfpipe and slopestyle teams, led by Olympians Kelly Clark (West Dover, VT), Scotty Lago (Seabrook, NH),...

Baumgartner Third at World Cup Opener


MONTAFON, Austria (Dec. 7) – Nick Baumgartner battled his way through flat light and tough competition to take third at the FIS World Cup opener in Montafon. Taking advantage of the hole shots and strong riding allowed for Baumgartner to consistently stay amongst the leaders...

Grand Prix Moves to February


PARK CITY, UT (Dec. 7) – The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) announced a postponement today of its scheduled Dec. 21-22 Sprint U.S. Grand Prix in Park City. The event includes International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cups for both halfpipe skiing and snowboarding events featuring top Olympic contenders. FIS and USSA have postponed the...

Athlete Spotlight: Kelly Clark


Kelly Clark is a halfpipe snowboarding legend: her Olympic record—gold in 2002 and bronze in 2010—alone stakes her place in her sport. In 2011, however, the Vermont native broke her own record, landing the first-ever 1080 in women's competition at Winter X Games 15. In 2012, Clark won 16 straight events in a row including Aspen and Euro X Games...

Top Snowboardcross Athletes Take New Zealand


WANAKA, New Zealand (Sept. 14) – U.S. Snowboarding’s top snowboardcross athletes, including double Olympic gold medalist Seth Wescott (Sugarloaf, ME), seven-time X Games gold medalist Nate Holland (Squaw Valley, ID) and...

U.S. Snowboarding Mourns Pioneer Tom Sims



Top Resorts Host Sprint U.S. Grand Prix


PARK CITY, UT (Aug. 31) – Strong international snowboarding and freeskiing fields are expected for the 2013 Sprint U.S. Grand Prix in a schedule announced by the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association this week. The Grand Prix enters its impressive 17th season with dual FIS World Cup status for halfpipe snowboarding as well as the newly added...

Nate Holland Boards for Breast Cancer


Biking 28 miles – easy. Running 28 miles – hard. Skateboarding 28 miles – awesome! Six-time X Games medalist, Nate Holland hopped on his skateboard and went for a 28 mile cruse for Breast Cancer earlier this month.

Clark Wins First Olympic Qualifier


WANAKA, New Zealand (Aug. 26) – Olympic gold medalist Kelly Clark (West Dover, VT) opened the 2014 Olympic Winter Games qualifying period for snowboarding with victory at the FIS World Cup halfpipe Sunday in Cardrona, New Zealand. Clark, who won double gold at the 2012 X Games, has...

Clark Takes Pipe Win at Burton High Fives



WANAKA, New Zealand (Aug. 18) – Kelly Clark (West Dover, VT) started her season off on top of the podium at the Burton High Fives, the first halfpipe competition of the season. Kaitlyn Farrington (Bellevue, WA) rode strong and took third. The contest was set up in a jam style format with a one-hour window for riders to get their best...

Walker Third at Burton High Fives



WANAKA, New Zealand (Aug. 17) – Fifteen-year-old Ty Walker (Stowe, VT) took third Friday at the season's first slopestyle contest, the Burton High Fives at Snow Park, New Zealand. The contest was set up in a jam style format that allowed for competitors to be scored on their best run out of a four. Walker, who struggled with nagging...

White's ESPY Streak Continues


LOS ANGELES, CA (July 12) – Two-time Olympic gold medalist Shaun White (Carlsbad, CA) took home his fifth straight ESPY for Best Male Action Sport athlete and three time X Games gold medalist Jamie Anderson (South Lake Tahoe, CA) earned her first ESPY as Best Female Action Sport athlete Wednesday night during the 20th ESPYs.  The annual awards...

Clark Nominated for 2012 ESPY


Clark Takes U.S. Navy F/A-18 Flight


Fallon, NV (June 20) – Olympic halfpipe snowboarding gold medalist Kelly Clark (West Dover, VT) and two-time Olympic alpine skier Stacey Cook (Mammoth Mountain, CA) became copilots Tuesday...

Athlete Spotlight: Callan Chythlook-Sifsof


Raised in Bristol Bay, AK, out in what Alaskans call the ''bush''—some 400 miles from Anchorage and accessible only by air or boat—Callan Chythlook-Sifsof landed on the snowboardcross scene in 2007 by winning the Visa U.S. Snowboardcross Championships and taking third in the first World Cup of her career. After improving year by year, an injury...