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Teller Second at Bishofswiesen Skicross World Cup


BISCHOFSWIESEN, Germany (Feb. 25) - John Teller (Mammoth Lakes, CA) clinched his first podium of the season  with second at the Audi FIS World Cup skicross event in Bischofswiesen. It was his first podium since January of 2011 when he won in St Johann, Austria. Canada's Tristan Tafel took the win with teammate Chris Del Bosco in third. 

Final Sprint U.S. Grand Prix Stop Boasts Big Names at Mammoth Mountain


MAMMOTH LAKES, CA (Feb. 22) – Watch for U.S. Freeskiing and U.S. Snowboarding favorites like Tom Wallisch (Pittsburgh, PA), David Wise (Reno, NV), Matt Ladley (Chicago...

Wallisch Grabs Dew Tour Cup


SNOWBASIN, UT (Feb. 12) - Tom Wallisch (Pittsburg, PA) finished second in men's slopestlye to win the Dew Tour Cup at Snowbasin. Nick Goepper (Lawrenceburg, IN) won the competition while Bobby Brown...

Logan Claims Top Spot in Dew Tour


SNOWBASIN, UT (Feb. 11) — Devin Logan (West Dover, VT) won women's halfpipe on the Dew Tour in Snowbasin, Utah while claiming the Dew Tour Cup. She was also named the tour's Paul Mitchell Breakout Athlete of the Year for her consistent podiums throughout the Dew Tour....

Wise Continues Win Streak


SNOWBASIN, UT (Feb. 11) — David Wise (Reno, NV) continued his winning streak at Dew Tour in Snowbasin, Utah winning his second straight halfpipe event. Wise's first run won the evening for him as his did his first ever 1440 in the halfpipe in his second run and couldn't...

Local Youth Jam it up After Grand Prix


PARK CITY, UT (Feb. 11) — When your qualifying rounds feature triple pole spins and bunny ear maneuvers, it can only mean one thing: freeskiing progression at the North Face Junior Jam. With a rail, box, and "globe bonk" set up at the bottom of Doc's Run at Canyons Resort — and 17 local shredders strutting their stuff — creativity and steeze...

McNeal Top American in Sprint U.S. Grand Prix


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Duran Bounces Back With Strong Showing


BLUE MOUNTAIN, ON (Feb. 3) - Pat Duran (N. Fayston, VT) bounced back from a training crash to finish 21st in the World Cup Skicross at Blue Mountain. Slotted in the far left gate, Duran was caught in a tangle and went down before his finish. The tour moves to Bischofswiesen/Goetschen, Germany Feb. 25-26.


Puckett Takes Final X Games Ride In Skicross


ASPEN, CO (Jan. 29) – In his 10th and announced final Winter X Games, Casey Puckett (Aspen, CO) finished fifth in men’s skicross. A five-time Olympian, two-time X Games champion and three-time medalist, Puckett said it was his last run prior to the final, won by Canada’s Chris Del Bosco.


Brown Wins Big Air Gold At X Games


ASPEN, CO (Jan. 27) – Bobby Brown (Breckenridge, CO) captured gold at freeskiing big air for a career fifth Winter X Games medal. Teammates Gus Kenworthy (Telluride, CO) and...

Wise Claims X Games Gold, Yater-Wallace Bronze


ASPEN, CO (Jan. 28) – U.S. Freeskiing's David Wise (Reno, NV) averaged airs of 17 feet en route to the Winter X Games ski superpipe title. His 93 on his second run of three nailed down the win for the 21-year-old, the oldest competitor on the podium in only his second X...

Americans Land Silver, Bronze At X Games Superpipe


ASPEN, CO (Jan. 28) –Maddie Bowman (South Lake Tahoe, CA) was second and U.S. Freeskiing's Brita Sigourney (Carmel, CA) third Saturday as Canadian Roz Groenwoud claimed the women's ski superpipe victory at Winter X Games. Groenewoud posted an X Games record 93.66 and...

Logan Wins Slopestyle Silver


ASPEN, CO (Jan. 26) – Devin Logan (West Dover, VT) opened the 2012 Winter X Games with a silver medal in women’s slopestyle. It was Logan’s first X Games slopestyle medal in only her third appearance at the event. Canadian Kaya Turski won with the first women’s switch...

Wallisch Wins X Games Gold, Breaks Record


ASPEN, CO (Jan. 26) – Crowd favorite Tom Wallisch (Pittsburgh, PA) won his first X Games gold medal in slopestyle with a record-breaking score of 96 points, the highest in the event's hisotry. The win puts him in contention to be the winningest male athlete in one...

Wallisch Wins Second Straight Slopestyle Podium at Dew Tour Killington



KILLINGTON, VT (Jan. 21) – Tom Wallisch's (Pittsburgh, PA) smooth moves and huge tricks, including a left double 1080 mute grab, scored him another victory at Dew Tour Killington following his win at Dew Tour Breckenridge. Canadian Kaya Turkski was in a league of her own with her performance on the rails and took the women's slopestyle...

Big Names, Big Jumps and Big Progression at Dew Tour Killington



U.S. Athletes Mourn Sarah Burke as Pioneer


KILLINGTON, VT (Jan. 19) - U.S. athletes and officials from all sports mourned the loss of pioneering Canadian freeskier Sarah Burke, who passed away Thursday from injuries suffered in a training crash just over a week earlier. Burke was hailed as a leader and role model in her sport who pioneered halfpipe skiing into the Olympics.

Blunck Takes Halfpipe Bronze at Youth Olympic Games



INNSBRUCK, Austria (Jan. 15) – It was a technical run with big air that got Ski and Snowboard Club Vail's Aaron Blunck (Crested Butte, CO) his bronze medal at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympics Games. Blunck's large double flair and ability to spin both natural and unnatural tricks under the Austrian blue skies earned his spot on the...

Alpe d'Huez Skiercross Brings Sunny Skies and Great Competition



ALPE D HUEZ, France (Jan. 11) – Joe Swensson (Niantic, CT) continued on his ski cross tear finishing 12th at the third stop of the ski cross World Cup tour in Alpe d Huez. John Teller (Mammoth Mountain, CA) finished just behind in 13th after qualifying fifth. The tour moves to Les Contamines, France this weekend, Jan. 14-15.


Swensson Leads Again in SX


ST. JOHANN, Austria (Jan.  7) - New-kid-on-the-block Joe Swensson (Niantic, CT) earned his third top 20 of the year by finishing 13th in Saturday night's World Cup skicross under the lights in front of 7,000 spectators at St. Johann. John Teller (Mammoth Mountain, CA) finished 18th. and Pat Duran narrowly missed qualifying heats coming in 35th...