And Shaun is down. A nasty crash at Mammoth Mountain in California, as snowboarder Shaun White runs into trouble during a qualifier for the US Olympic Slopestyle team. And Shaun is down. Man, he took a tough one right there. We have a great medical staff also to patrol out Continue Reading
[MUSIC PLAYING] TODD KOHLMAN: That’s one of the first early Burton signs that was on the Manchester buildings. It’s based off a shot, an actual shot, of Jake from the ’82 catalog. So here’s a timeline on our history here at Burton. As you know, it started in 1977. Great Continue Reading
We’ve called her the future. She’s really the now of competitive snowboarding. Chloe Kim, the Golden One. Last time around when they were picking the U.S. Olympic team, she would have qualified based on points but she was in fact too young to compete in the olympics. Don’t you hate Continue Reading
We are front and center today getting ready for men’s snowboard halfpipe qualification. It really doesn’t get any better than this. Shaun White. We’re ready for you. USA! USA! USA! Shaun. We’re ready for you. That’s huge Nice! That was a good run. Way to go, Shaun! USA! USA! USA! Continue Reading
To be a legend in a sport you have to change it. You force the rest of the sport to become better because you exist. He’s just an incredible athlete and amazing competitor. I’ve done more in business and in life and these things than I ever have after winning Continue Reading
It might be one of the most popular Winter Olympic sports around, attracting throngs of cowbell-ringing fans everywhere it goes. But did you know that snowboarding was actually banned by most ski resorts until the 1980s? All right. Chill out, mate. Chill out. It’s a ski resort. Oh… So how Continue Reading
We’re at the hill and we’re going to do some handplants. What kind of handplants are we going to do Ralph? I think we’re thinking the Andrecht. Oh the Andrecht. Now, if we’re going to break the Andrecht down to it’s many parts, how many main components would it have? Continue Reading
I felt very good. The audience gave me that extra energy because the spot is very exhausting. You have to push yourself all the time with all your strength, all your energy… it won’t give you any space; this spot won’t give you anything.