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SNOWBOARD Preview: Will Ledecka ride at Rogla?

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The fourth Parallel Giant Slalom of the FIS Snowboard World Cup season is on for Saturday in Rogla (SLO), with qualifying and the final...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Kim leads strong fields in Laax Open for Halfpipe and Slopestyle

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One of the popular stops on the FIS World Cup Tour is Laax (SUI) for the annual Laax Open, and 2019 is no exception. Both...

SNOWBOARD: Japan’s Onitsuka defeats Olympic star Gasser in final round

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The second Snowboard Slopestyle event of the season turned into a showdown between Japan’s Miyabi Onitsuka, going for her second straight win and the...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Slopestyle season resumes in Kreischberg

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The second of six Slopestyle events in the 2018-19 FIS World Cup is getting ready in Kreischberg (AUT), with competition for men and women. The...

SNOWBOARD: Sensational win for 45-year-old Claudia Riegler in Bad Gastein!

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Everyone knows that you have to be a teenager or 20-something to ride at the top of the World Cup Snowboard circuit, right? Someone forgot...

SNOWBOARD: Gold and silver for Jacobellis in Cervinia SnowCross

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The FIS Snowboard Cross season opened in Cervinia (ITA) and one of the greatest snowboarders in history got to the line first: American Lindsey...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Halfpipe & Slopestyle in China; Snow Cross in Italy

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There’s a lot of Snowboard World Cup action this weekend, with Halfpipe and Slopestyle in Secret Garden (CHN) and Snowboard Cross in Cervinia (ITA). ∙...

SNOWBOARD: Ledecka second and first in PGS openers

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The “alpine” events in Snowboard opened in Carezza and Cortina d’Ampezzi (ITA) and Czech sensation Ester Ledecka was in the thick of the fight...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Three days of Parallel Giant Slaloms in Italy

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The Snowboard World Cup in Slalom and Giant Slalom will have a three-day opening this week in Carezza (13th) and Cortina d’Ampezzo (15th) in...

SNOWBOARD: Kim & Mastro go 1-2 at Copper Mountain

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Everyone stops talking when Olympic champ Chloe Kim is announced as the next rider, and for good reason. She dominated the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix...

FREESTYLE SKIING & SNOWBOARD Preview: Season openers for Halfpipe and Moguls

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The World Cup ski seasons are slowly opening in all disciplines and this weekend has the start of three Freestyle events, in Halfpipe, Ski...

SNOWBOARD: Thorgren authors surprise Big Air win in Beijing

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Austria’a Anna Gasser has been one of the best Snowboard Big Air and Slopestyle competitors for several years, including the gold medal in Big...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Big Air comes to Beijing

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The site of the 2022 Olympic Winter Games will host the second Big Air competition of the 2018-19 season, with a men’s and women’s...

FREESTYLE SKIING & SNOWBOARD Preview: World Cup Big Air seasons resume in Modena

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The World Cup season in Big Air for Freestyle and Snowboard will resume after a two-month break with competitions in Modena (ITA) this weekend. It’s...

FREESTYLE SKI & SNOWBOARD: Corning scores World Cup win for a birthday present!

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“I couldn’t ask for a better birthday. I haven’t done the quad since the Olympics and I’ve had a bad taste in my mouth...

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