Jan 17, 2014
Wescott still hoping for Olympic bid
Seth Wescott is preparing to compete in the upcoming X Games, still not knowing if he will be part of the U.S. snowboard cross team in the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
Clark Foundation event funds four scholarships
"It turns out Tricia Byrnes and I are not very good at golf and probably ought to stick to snowboarding," admits pro snowboarder Kelly Clark, whose 3rd annual Kelly Clark Foundation Golf Tournament earlier this month at the Haystack Golf Club in Vermont raised enough money to fund four scholarships for young snowboarders looking to attend elite ... (more)
Snowboarding's U.S. Open now in its 30th year
This week, March 5-11, marks the 30th anniversary of snowboarding's longest-running major contest: The U.S. Open.
Powder and Rails: US Open Pt. 1
On the second weekend in March 2012, snowboarding's longest running contest turns "Dirty 30." The Burton US Open is one of the most storied events in snowboarding and has been traditionally held at Stratton, VT for most of those 30 years.