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 Fresh Powder in the Himalayas - Perceptions Fresh Powder in the Himalayas - Perceptions
Step inside Gigi Rüf's world as he sets out to film his recent snowboard movie, Perceptions: an out of the box snowboard film by Pirate Movie Productions, coproduced by Red Bull Media House. Episode 4 takes the crew to India, specifically the Himalayas, for some mind-blowing backcountry lines.
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The Unrideables: Alaska Range The Unrideables: Alaska Range
Speedriding is a high-speed, high stakes mountain sport that fuses elements of skiing and parachute flight. This hybrid approach to the alpine gives its intrepid practitioners access to terrain that would otherwise be inaccessible.
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Could You Save Your Friend's Life? Could You Save Your Friend's Life?
What would you do if your friend were in an avalanche? Would you be prepared to take control and get them to safety? These are the questions that TGR seeks to answer during its annual International Pro Riders Workshop (IPRW).
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Dispatches: Exum Mountain Guides Dispatches: Exum Mountain Guides
We’re off to the Grand Tetons and Chamonix, France, with Exum Mountain Guides to find out what to pack when you’re taking on the most challenging slopes of your life.
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Out On A Limb: Skiing with One Leg Out On A Limb: Skiing with One Leg
Adaptive skier, Vasu Sojitra, stars in ‘Out On A Limb’ profiling his inspiring story as he ventures into the backcountry to summit peaks, explore avalanche zones, send cliffs, and ski deep powder lines—all completely unassisted.
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 The First Chair The First Chair
The First Chair’s mission is to open up the mountains through learn-to-ski or board programs to kids who wouldn’t otherwise have the opportunity
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 Germany wins Ski Jump to start year Germany wins Ski Jump to start year
2014, Klingenthal, Germany, FIS Team Ski Jumping, Germany gets the first win of the season helped by two big jumps from Andreas Wellinger at 139.5m and Markus Eisenbichler who had the biggest jump of the day for the team at 142.0m.
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 The Shadow Campaign // Sanctuary The Shadow Campaign // Sanctuary
Heavy sun and low snow has left Valle Nevado ski area reduced to bare rock, a lost season. But one morning they awake to find condors filling the sky--scavenging to prepare for an oncoming storm.
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 What is Higher? - Higher Unplugged Episode What is Higher? - Higher Unplugged Episode
In episode 1 of Jeremy Jones' Higher Unplugged, Jeremy explains how his approach to exploring and riding mountains has evolved. No longer is he seeking out the iconic peaks, but rather focuses on exploring the "blank spots on the map," making first descents in remote and uncharted zones.
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The Lazyboy - A Short Documentary on Alex Cairns The Lazyboy - A Short Documentary on Alex Cairns
The "The Lazyboy" is a short documentary about Alex Cairns, a sit skier from Squamish, BC. He was born with Spinal Bifida which left him paralyzed from the knees down.
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The Nordic Experience in Scandinavia The Nordic Experience in Scandinavia
News by Kyle Miller
Kyle Miller has been tearing a skintrack swath through the Nordic lands, dealing with rough weather, costly provisions and unpredictable plans, but he has experienced some of the natural splendor of a region shrouded in myth, geography, and history. In his last installment of the Nordic splitboarding trilogy, our favorite professional vagabond breaks down the experience of the Lyngen Alps
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Melting Galciers Melting Galciers
News by Press Release
New Glacial Balance Film Tracks the Local Impacts of Melting Andean Glaciers - VIDEO TEASER
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Randy Evan's Edit From Teton Gravity Research's 2013 Co-Lab Contest VIDEO Randy Evan's Edit From Teton Gravity Research's 2013 Co-Lab Contest VIDEO
In the winter of 2012/2013, Teton Gravity Research unveiled The Co-Lab, an open-source film competition. With a $100,000 cash prize on the line—the largest in freeskiing history—the contest attracted both established professionals and unknown athletes from across the globe.
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GoPro Setup, Accessories and Recommendations GoPro Setup, Accessories and Recommendations
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Best of the Best.....Summer Ski Towns Best of the Best.....Summer Ski Towns
Snow is melted and it's time go back to your favorite Ski Town
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Freeride World Tour Announces Events for 2015 Freeride World Tour Announces Events for 2015
News by Press Release
The SWATCH FREERIDE WORLD TOUR BY THE NORTH FACE® (FWT) is entering a new exciting phase in 2015, with a comprehensive calendar including two great new venues officially announced.
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 96½ Year Old Skier - George Jedenoff - Words of Wisdom VIDEO 96½ Year Old Skier - George Jedenoff - Words of Wisdom VIDEO
George Jedenoff is a 96½ year old skier from Oakland California. In this video George shares tips for achieving longevity with your skiing and how to stay motivated year after year. George is truly an inspiration in how to stay active, healthy, and happy later in life.
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Spring Skiing, Wyoming Spring Skiing, Wyoming
With most of the Country blanketed in Snow this winter...there is till time to hit the mountain.
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Winter Sport Scholarships still out there for the taking Winter Sport Scholarships still out there for the taking
Those who take winter sports seriously can use their talents to apply for one of the scholarships available for those who don't mind the cold and snow. To make it easy, we've put together a number of winter sports scholarships.
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 Here's a website for anyone interested in the roots of skiing - going back 7,000+ years - or learning about what's been happening in the last decade, or even 50 years. Here's a website for anyone interested in the roots of skiing - going back 7,000+ years - or learning about what's been happening in the last decade, or even 50 years.
The International Skiing History Association (ISHA) is a U.S.-based organization working to preserve and build awareness of the sport’s heritage through its skills and long experience in editing, research and publishing.
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Mac Marcoux wins 2nd Paralympic bronze in super-G Mac Marcoux wins 2nd Paralympic bronze in super-G
A major technical glitch couldn't keep the youngest member of the Canadian Paralympic team from winning another medal. Mac Marcoux, just 16 years old, won his second bronze in as many days on Sunday, finishing third in the men’s visually impaired super-G on Sunday.
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The U.S. has won three medals after the first day of the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi. The U.S. has won three medals after the first day of the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi.
US Paralympics team takes home medals as games open in Sochi
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A Judges' Guide To Winning The Grom Contest A Judges' Guide To Winning The Grom Contest
News by Ryan Dunfree
By now you've heard (hopefully) about the 5th Annual Grom Contest, where skiers and snowboarders under 18 years of age can win a host of Sony Action Cams, the chance to have their season edit shown on the annual TGR film tour, and if they win the Grand Prize, the chance to film with TGR for their full-fledged production movie.
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Teton Gravity Research, Jeremy Jones focus of new Showtime documentary Teton Gravity Research, Jeremy Jones focus of new Showtime documentary
It appears the mainstream is catching on
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VIDEO - Lit bomb in helicopter just part of avalanche control VIDEO - Lit bomb in helicopter just part of avalanche control
Here's a behind the scenes look at the avalanche control process and stunning video of a massive slide in all its terrible glory
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Two Austrian Freeskiers Made a List. Things Are About to Get Crazy | The List, Teaser Two Austrian Freeskiers Made a List. Things Are About to Get Crazy | The List, Teaser
This is the behind-the-scene story of that list and how they eventually ticked every box on it.
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Only thing cooler than Maddie Bowman's halfpipe gold medal is her grandma's T-shirt Only thing cooler than Maddie Bowman's halfpipe gold medal is her grandma's T-shirt
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Sochi Olympics: U.S.' Ted Ligety wins gold medal in giant slalom  Sochi Olympics: U.S.' Ted Ligety wins gold medal in giant slalom
Ted Ligety won the giant slalom at the Sochi Games with a dominating performance Wednesday, becoming the first American man to win two Olympic gold medals in Alpine skiing.
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Top Skier Abruptly Pulls Out Of The Olympics, Claims Sochi's Construction Made Him Sick Top Skier Abruptly Pulls Out Of The Olympics, Claims Sochi's Construction Made Him Sick
Norwegian skier Aksel Lund Svindal is pulling out of the Olympics with allergies, he announced early Monday.
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The ladies get to make their  Olympic debut The ladies get to make their Olympic debut
American pop artist Andy Warhol once said "the idea of waiting for something makes it more exciting."
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Nick Goepper goes from Indiana to slopestyle stardom Nick Goepper goes from Indiana to slopestyle stardom
There isn't much that riles Nick Goepper like being called a sellout.
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Winter Olympics: 'Side-Slippers' to play huge role in success of downhill at Sochi Games Winter Olympics: 'Side-Slippers' to play huge role in success of downhill at Sochi Games
Olympics racers will need a hard, consistent surface to compete, so much of the snow preparation will fall to crews of side-slippers, whose job is to slide sideways down the Rosa Khutor course, smoothing it out with the metal edges of their skis.
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What It Looks Like From The Top Of The Olympic Ski Jump What It Looks Like From The Top Of The Olympic Ski Jump
News by SNN
The RusSki Gorki Jumping Center — aka the Olympic ski jump — is one of the grandest boondoggles of the Sochi Olympics.
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Aerial Skiing Is A Game Of Skill — And Strategy Aerial Skiing Is A Game Of Skill — And Strategy
During the Winter Olympics, seeing an aerial skier perform is unforgettable.
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My Otter Body Experience - Crowd control on a Teton classic descent My Otter Body Experience - Crowd control on a Teton classic descent
News by Brian Harder
For Teton ski mountaineers, there exists a list of ski lines that we covet and hope to climb and descend at some point in our lives. Skiing the Grand Teton is undoubtedly at the top of this list for most of us.
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 Mikaela Shiffrin's Swift, if Unplanned, Ascent to World Champion Mikaela Shiffrin's Swift, if Unplanned, Ascent to World Champion
Sprinting from her small trophy-filled bedroom, Mikaela Shiffrin, the youngest American skier to be a World Cup champion, dashed around the kitchen looking for a headset to attach to her laptop.
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Best Secret Ski Towns Best Secret Ski Towns
Most people haven’t heard of these towns, which is just fine with the skiers and boarders that live and play there. These are the places without gloss, the unknown gems, where the locals are friendly and shops are locally owned.
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 Ski Racing on TV - A History Ski Racing on TV - A History
More skiing is on TV than ever before, so why do most people think there’s less? Look to history for the answer.
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Will misinformation and past stigmas derail slopestyle's Olympic debut? Will misinformation and past stigmas derail slopestyle's Olympic debut?
The mainstream media may not be ready for slopestyle
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Lindsey Vonn pulls out of Olympics Lindsey Vonn pulls out of Olympics
Former gold medalist cites dangerously weak knee as reason for decision
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 The Next Stop for the Olympic Qualifiers The Next Stop for the Olympic Qualifiers
Halfpipe and Slopestyle qualifiers continue at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix in Breckenridge, January 8 to 11
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Documentary details heroic battles of ski patrollers Documentary details heroic battles of ski patrollers
The educational film won several awards at the Telluride Film Festival, and hopes to change the way skiers and boarders look at backcountry safety
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What you need to get your kids on the slopes What you need to get your kids on the slopes
Taking kids under the age of 6 to the mountains to ski or snowboard can be relatively simple if you know what to bring
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You’ve never seen Alaskan skiing like this before You’ve never seen Alaskan skiing like this before
New multimedia article takes three pros deep into Denali National Park in search of first descents
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 How I Got the Shot: Skier flies above winter wonderland Strandafjellet How I Got the Shot: Skier flies above winter wonderland Strandafjellet
Photographer Mattias Fredriksson shuttered this breathtaking blue-hued landscape at the break of dawn
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  ECO-FRIENDLY SKI APPAREL ECO-FRIENDLY SKI APPAREL
Snowboarder Danny Davis on Burton and Mountain Dew's Green Mountain Project
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Why You Need To Try Heli-Skiing This Winter Why You Need To Try Heli-Skiing This Winter
If you love to ski or snowboard, there is nothing better than heli-skiing. It’s that simple. No lift lines, or lifts for that matter – forget cold chairlift rides, with the helicopter you can go from the ground to the top in a couple of minutes, while experiencing the kind of views people pay hundreds of dollars for on sightseeing flights.
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On the road: from Lake Tahoe ski resorts to Death Valley's arid plains On the road: from Lake Tahoe ski resorts to Death Valley's arid plains
Driving from San Francisco to Lake Tahoe and on to Las Vegas, Charles Starmer Smith revels in untracked powder and unrivalled views on the edge of the desert.
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Here are seven reasons why skwalling might help your slalom skiing Here are seven reasons why skwalling might help your slalom skiing
News by Geena Krueger
Are you a passionate slalom skier who’s surrounded by snow and ice and living closer to a ski mountain than to a ski lake? If you answered yes, I’ve got a great sport for you to check out.
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