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Oregon Court Rules In Favor Of Injured Snowboarder

The Oregon Supreme Court has allowed a $21 million lawsuit against Mt. Bachelor Resort to proceed, overturning two lower court rulings, and saying the liability waiver that Myles Bagley signed when he purchased his season pass is unenforceable, according to a story in the Bend Bulletin. The court says that the resort’s release is offered […]

Last Minute Gifts: Jeff Curtes’ Chasing Epic

As the principal photographer for Burton Snowboards for 10 years, Jeff Curtes has had access to the world’s best snowboarders and the skills to capture them at their finest. Many of the photos Curtes has shot during that time have been collected in the Ammo books oversized, hardcover edition Chasing Epic: The Snowboard Photography of […]

Danny Kass & Kyle Clancy vs The Trike

It’s been a while since we’ve laughed this hard reading a snowboarding story (and we’ve read thousands). If you’d like to brighten your day, then drop in on this Kyle Clancy’s Column from YoBeat on that one summer in Mammoth when Danny Kass bought a chopper trike and tried to take Kyle out for a […]

Established Forever Is A Nightmare

Any movie that drops in with a quote from Hunter S. Thompson is ok by us especially if Max Headroom intros it: No sympathy for the devil; keep that in mind. Buy the ticket, take the ride… and if it occasionally gets a little heavier than what you had in mind, well… maybe chalk it […]

#JunkFoodKills Championship Results

Breckenridge Resort has always been the kick off spot for a new season of competitive snowboarding and while the junk food merchants of death have co-opted the event in their every pressing drive to obesify America, the snowboarders have continued to use Breckenridge in December to show the world that they haven’t slacked off during […]

Terje Haakonsen Talks To Desillusion

We’ve interviewed Terje Haakonsen many times over the course of his career. Sometimes he was a smart ass, other times a complete dick (“when are you going to pay me?”), and often straight up and sincere. Happily for all of us, Desillusion Magazine got the straight up and sincere Terje in their video profile by […]

Snowboarder Dies After Hitting Tree

Eric Haiar, a 26-year-old snowboarder from Silverthorne, Colorado died on Saturday, December 13, 2014 after hitting a tree while riding the Spring Dipper run at Keystone Resort, according to a story on The Denver Channel. “Keystone Ski Patrol responded to the scene immediately, and the victim was transported to Keystone Medical Center, where he was […]

Travis Rice Gets Snaked By A Skier

The instant distribution of the Internet changed the way we deliver news and info nearly two decades ago, but some are still learning their lessons the hard way. Take legendary snowboarder Travis Rice for instance. He was “most likely” the first person to drop a line he named The Crack, but it appears he sat […]

Gushue tops Laycock to claim Canadian Open

BradGushue nailed a clutch final shot to score two in the final end and lift his rink to a 6-5 victory over Steve Laycock and win the Canadian Open title Sunday.

Brad Gushue on target for Canadian Open crown

Brad Gushue, the 2006 Olympic curling gold medallist, is building another powerhouse curling rink in St. John's Newfoundland. Gushue nailed a clutch final shot to score two in the final end and lift his rink to a 6-5 victory over Steve Laycock and win the Canadian Open title Sunday.

Brad Gushue to face Steve Laycock in Canadian Open final

Brad Gushue of St. John's, N.L., came back from down two Saturday night to defeat Calgary's Kevin Koe 5-4 and advance to the final of the Grand Slam of Curling's Canadian Open championship. He will face Saskatoon's Steve Laycock on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.

Grand Slam of Curling: Canadian Open final

Watch the men's final at the Grand Slam of Curling's Canadian Open in Yorkton, Sask., live on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.

Russell: Deep in the heart of curling country

At the Grand Slam of Curling's Canadian Open In Yorkton, Sask., Scott Russell finds the game is already reaching a fever pitch as it rounds into mid-season form.

Lib Tech’s 20 Years With Jamie Lynn

To celebrate their 20 year partnership with Northwest snowboard legend Jamie Lynn, Lib Tech is releasing a Jamie Lynn 20 year video, micro site and Jamie’s own product line. Here’s the word from Lib: Jamie was different when we met him at 14 and he is different for the same reasons now. Straight forward power […]

Skips McEwen, Koe earn playoff spots at Canadian Open

Mike McEwen of Winnipeg earned a playoff spot in the Grand Slam of Curling Canadian Open with a 7-3 win over Brad Gushue of St. John's N.L., on Thursday.

12 Days Of Gifts Day 11: Academy Propa-Camba

We’ve ridden a lot of snowboards over the years and the truth in 2014 is that they’re all good. Companies have to try pretty hard to make a bad snowboard these days. So if you’re looking for the perfect gift snowboard it might as well be from a company run snowboarders. And it should have […]

Sexual Snowboarding: Notobo Wow

The antics of Eiki Helgason, Halldor Helgason, Ethan Morgan (AJ Morgan Freemanson), Gulli Gudmundsson, Sage Kotsenburg, Kareem El Rafie, Leo Crawford, and Felix Engstrom will definitely not be a waste of the next 26 minutes of your life. Trust us. [Link via Snowboarder]

Grand Slam of Curling: Canadian Open

The world's top curlers are in Yorkton, Sask., this week for the Grand Slam of Curling's Canadian Open. Watch a men's quarter-final live on Saturday at 1 p.m. ET, and the final Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.

McEwen defeats Jacobs in National curling final

Mike McEwen claimed the National final of the Grand Slam of Curling after defeating Olympic champion Brad Jacobs 5-2.

Skier Bellys Up Short From Shredbots

Thank you to Snowboard Magazine for getting our laugh going tonight. We can’t stop watching this. Over and over. “Ooooh, I’m good.” No, you’re not. [Link: Snowboard Magazine]

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