Granite stater Chas Guldemond moved to Lake Tahoe in 2005 to pursue professional snowboarding. After taking second at the 2006 U.S. Open, it all just fell into place, as he’s become one of the biggest names in slopestyle. (Sarah Brunson/U.S. Snowboarding)
On Tuesday, the U.S. Olympic Committee threw a party in Times Square to celebrate the 100 day countdown to the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. (Photo: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)
Accumulating snow and flat light did not faze Chas Guldemond who took third at the Burton US Open slopestyle finals.
Jamie Anderson won her fourth career X Games gold taking the slopestyle snowboarding win.
Ty Walker led the USA finishing fifth in women's slopestyle at the FIS Snowboard World Championships.
Olympians Seth Wescott, Nate Holland, Nick Baumgartner, and Faye Gulini lead a team of 29 top ranked athletes named to the 2013 FIS World Snowboarding Championships Team.
Jamie Anderson and Chas Guldemond swept the slopestyle finals at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain today.
The Sprint U.S. Grand Prix opened its 17th season with slopestyle qualifiers at Copper Mountain today.
The Sprint U.S. Grand Prix will open its 17th season with halfpipe snowboarding and newly added Olympic sport slopestyle snowboarding at Copper Mountain Jan. 9-12.
After extreme blowing winds and snow Chas Guldemond was able to overcome the treacherous conditions and take second at Dew Tour slopestyle snowboarding finals.
The 2013 U.S. Snowboarding team was named at a fan event at Copper Mountain.
Fifteen of the best riders in the world, including TTR halfpipe World Champion Kelly Clark, TTR slopestyle World Champion Chas Guldemond and top slopestyle rider Eric Willett, are utilizing Mammoth's airbag training.
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Granite stater Chas Guldemond moved to Lake Tahoe in 2005 to seriously pursue professional snowboarding. “After a lot of hitchhiking to the mountain, training everyday and living off of PBJ’s and eggs” he took second at the 2006 U.S. Open. After that, it all fell into place. In 2009 he won the Burton U.S. Open, took the Global Open Tour overall and notched second in the World Snowboard Tour overall slopestyle standings to become one of slopestyle's biggest names.
The 2012 winter saw Guldemond become the TTR World Champion, while he also took a win at the Burton Canadian Open and yet another Sprint U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix title.
Guldemond made some noise in 2013, starting off with a second at the Breckenridge Dew Tour in December and a solid win at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain in January. Then he placed fourth at X Games Tignes and third at the Burton U.S. Open to close off a strong season.
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