Were stoked to announce that the Superunknown XI Finals will be doing down from May 7-14 at Summit at Snoqualmie, WA. Out of hundreds of submissions we selected the nine best edits and filled the last spot with the wild card winner Geoff Lovelace. In a week long film session these 10 finalists will judge themselves and decide who takes the Superunknown XI crown.
Belts are back in stock with new designs, new colors and new features.
Resorts are closing and its time to put the jumps and rails away in that old shed where they keep the moguls. Competition season is done, and for a small bit of time we can escape words like training, Olympics, and amplitude. We survived the Olympics, and save for a few blown knees and blown medal dreams the sport of skiing didnt implode, and the man didnt steal our souls.
When it rains, it pours. Or at least the saying held true last night in Whistler for the WSI big Air. Under the lights and the rain the last big air comp of the year went down in true Whistler fashion.
The last hurrah of the competition season got underway today with the kickoff of the World Ski Invitational here in Whistler BC. 60 competitors, a mix of tired vets, hungry young guns and hungover skiers took to the slopestyle course attempting to join the 20 prequalified skiers in Sundays semifinals and finals, with only the top five skiers advancing from each of the two heats of 30.
At least 12 Sherpa guides were killed Friday morning on Mount Everest when an avalanche struck as they were fixing ropes for other climbers, a Nepalese Tourism Ministry official said, the worst disaster on the mountain in recorded history.
The West Coast Session returns to Mt. Hood May 4-8, 2014