AASI Snowboard Team member, Chris Rogers, reports live from Vail before the torchlight parade, where viewers watch skiers and riders form a glowing train as they ski down the mountain illuminated with glow sticks. Learn about Chris’ highlights from 2018 and the PSIA-AASI National Team plans for 2019.
Last week George Thomas and I connected for the first episode of our new weekly series as part of PSIA-AASI Rocky Mountain “First Chair” Podcast . The podcast is a new project focused on Skiing, Riding, Certifications, Professional Development, and Mountain Lifestyle. Last week’s podcast was focused on defensive skiing and riding during spring break, check it out!
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Checking in from the top of Vail Mountain with a conditions update for the President’s Day weekend!
In the few short years since GoPro took over the Mountain Games at Vail, it’s transformed into one of my favorite events hosted in the Vail valley.
While we host all kinds of winter events in Vail, and the Burton US Open is one of the highlights of the year, the GoPro games manage to pull together a large and diverse group of athletes and fans that wouldn’t congregate in one place except for an event this big and eclectic. Honestly, the best part of this event isn’t any specific discipline (although SUP Cross was amazing to watch and I plan on entering next year), but the energy and excitement of the crowd and the collection of people.
This week saw some incredibly deep snow in Colorado, and Tuesday 12/22 I was able to get out ride with a new Feiyu Tech 4G GoPro gimbal. The footage speaks for itself. Read more “Pow day at Vail with a Feiyu Tech Gimbal”