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  • Life In Focus - E08 Scott Mark Life In Focus - E08 Scott Markewitz

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      There are few names in the world of skiing and bike photography that are universally recognized. Scott Markewitz fits this category. As a former pro skier, it's no surprise that since diving into action sports photography, he's been killing it - having been published on over 400 covers from Men’s Journal to Powder Magazine. His relentless work ethic and drive to 'get the shot' has produced countless iconic images and one of the most diverse portfolios in action/sports photography.

      We had the opportunity to follow Scott for a few days at his home base in Salt Lake City, Utah. It quickly became apparent why he's so successful at his craft. He is very engaged with not only the sports he is shooting, but the athletes as well. There's a certain dynamic between Scott and the athletes he works with, which is well reflected in his photos. Within a 36 hour timespan, he captured three different sports with a half dozen athletes, including Carston Oliver, KC Deane and Julian Carr.

      When he doesn't have a camera in his hand, Scott spends his time with his son Julian and wife Veronique. They were kind enough to let us in for pancakes.

      For more on Scott and his work, check out his site at blog.scottmarkewitz.com/.

      Athletes: Julian Carr, KC Deane, Carston Oliver, Kevin Brower, Adam Welch

      Video & Editing: Cameron Sylvester

      Motion Graphics: Chad Jones & Cameron Sylvester

      Music: 

      The New Wrong - Taco Neck

      Sleeping Children are Still Flying - Blue Sky Black Death

      Location: Salt Lake City, UT USA

      Gear: f-stop Loka and Large Pro ICU, Canon 7D, Canon L glass, Glidecam HD4000, Budget Tripod, Zoom H4N, Shure lav mic, Hoya Filters.

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  • There's No Business Like Pro-B There's No Business Like Pro-Business

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      Does being good at hucking yourself make you qualified to jump into the world of business? 

      By Heather Hansman

      Walk the aisles at an industry tradeshow or look around your mountain town bar and you’ll see plenty of gear from companies founded by athletes: pants held up by Arcade Belts, which Cody Townsend started; beanies from Julian Carr’s company, Discrete; and Frends headphones courtesy of Keir Dillon. And if you look back in time, a lot of the major gear brands like Patagonia and Burton were started by athletes who helped pioneer niche sports like snowboarding and climbing.

      Arcade BeltsLucky for us, Cody Townsend--and Arcade--helps this dude keep his pants on.

      But does the action sports world need another glove/beanie/t-shirt company? Does being good at hucking yourself make you qualified to jump into the world of business? And is starting a brand a viable next step for athletes once their athletic career starts to come to a close?

      Sometimes. But it’s not that simple.

      Arcade BeltsOne of Cody Townsend's Arcade Belts--it's perfect for holding up pants and decorating cacti.

      There’s intrinsic value in an athlete being a part of a brand—that’s why companies sponsor skiers and riders in the first place. It makes their product cool, and it makes them seem legitimate. So it follows that if the athletes are the ones behind the products, they should be even better. When Jeremy Jones started Jones Snowboards, the board he was producing immediately had street cred: if he rode them they had to be good.

      But it doesn’t always correlate that closely. “Probably the biggest misconception is that business is all done by bro hugs and handshakes,” Townsend says. “Ultimately, the winter sports industry is like all others and you have to be professional and execute properly to succeed. As far as athlete owned companies, most might think the athlete’s name can carry the company far further than a company without one.  But we’ve seen plenty of athlete companies fail even behind some of the biggest names in the game.  A name might get you in the door, but a quality product is what gets your product back out that door.”

      DiscreteIn addition to dropping cliffs, Julian Carr keeps busy designing hats for his company, Discrete.

      And being good at dub 10s or riding spines doesn’t mean you know how to design a ski or that you understand seam taping. You might know how you want a board to flex, but it doesn’t guarantee you can design it to flex that way. But you can learn some of that or bring in people who have the technical skills. Running a business—even a small one—doesn’t mean you have to know how to do everything.

      Carr says the hardest part was learning the business side of things, not the product side. “During the first business meeting I conducted at my first SIA tradeshow in Denver 2008, a buyer asked what his terms were and I had no idea what that meant,” he says. Carr says that learning about the supply chain, logistics, margins and bookkeeping was the most difficult for him. Other business owners say that their time as an athlete prepared them somewhat for the number crunching side of things. Townsend also emphasizes that being an athlete is, to a large degree, a business proposition built around creating a personal brand. The resulting lessons in branding can then be applied to building a company that transcends one’s career as an athlete.

      DiscreteAlthough known for its hats, Discrete offers a full line of cut-and-sew apparel.

      Dealing with contracts and sponsors also taught me a lot about the business side of our industry,” says Sandbox’s Kevin Sansalone, who makes helmets and produces movies. “I think most athletes know their own industries very well. They definitely know their product needs as well as their own athletes’ or team riders’ needs. We understand marketing and we are usually pretty in touch with the current state of our intended target market.”

      That’s why a lot of athletes have started softgoods companies or gone for niches within the already niche snow sports industry. They have a sense of what that small target market wants and thinks is cool. Snowboarding might not have known it needed ninja suits, for example, if Travis Parker hadn’t helped start Airblaster.

      SandboxWhen not throwing down handplants, Kevin Sansalone keeps busy running Sandbox.

      That doesn’t mean starting a company is without challenges, and plenty of athlete-founded businesses have foundered. What makes launching a business even more variable is that sometimes the challenges are the same as the benefits, particularly in the winter sports world. “The greatest challenge of launching and operating a snow brand is also its potential strength: the weather,” Carr says. “If it snows a lot, then it's unbelievably good for business. If it doesn't snow it's, unfortunately, very difficult.”

      It’s also hard to break into a niche industry, which is why pre-existing relationships are valuable. “I had built many pre-existing relationships in the industry that helped me gain some traction in the marketing and PR perspective. Also, quite a few shops had heard of my skiing and once they saw the quality product, it was a nice transition to steer the conversation to them making a buy of Discrete,” Carr says.

      SandboxThis camouflaged beauty is one of the many fine brain buckets made by Sansalone and Sandbox.

      There’s also the challenge of trying to balance starting a business with pursuing a career as an athlete. Even without staring at spreadsheets and studying sales samples, athletes are often spread thin with riding, filming, competing, and fulfilling obligations with their sponsors. Most athletes who successfully started brands did so while they were still viewed as relevant to their sport.  If these athletes transitioned to focusing on their businesses fulltime, they tended to do so as their athletic career was winding down. Carr says he balances both by being highly punctual, and Sansalone says he’s constantly fighting the urge to be outside.

      And because it’s such a small world, some of the smaller companies have started to influence the larger ones. “I think five years ago it meant something to say you were an athlete-owned company,” Carr says. “But these days, the big companies have seen the success and authenticity the smaller brands like Discrete were having. Now you see a lot of brands saying that they’re ‘athlete inspired’ or athlete ‘driven.’”

      Arcade BeltsSometimes gambling on a business pays off--Townsend's Arcade is living proof.

      So is it viable? For some athletes, like 4FRNT’s Matt Sterbenz or Capita’s Blue Montgomery it has been. Other brands, like Anthony Boronowski’s Joystick Poles, have folded.  And it remains to be seen how brands like Strafe or Arcade will hold up. Sansalone says it’s possible to make it work, but you have to be smart about it. “If you can keep your overhead low and run a tight ship then I think it's very viable.” he says.  “It changes when you break that small business mold and begin to grow out of it. I think that's when you start to cross the line [away from] being viable.”

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  • Surf The Earth Episode 2 - Arb Surf The Earth Episode 2 - Arbor Collective

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      Surfing the earth is about getting barreled and having as much fun with your friends as u possibly can. It's a never ending search for the ever changing white wave. Join Curtis Woodman, Kevin Jones and Sammy Luebke as they get barreled in episode 2.

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  • News: Teton Gravity Research L News: Teton Gravity Research Launches New Stock Footage Web Page - Watch Our Reels

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      Teton Gravity Research is excited to announce the launch of its new stock footage Web page.  This new page showcases our latest stock footage reels from recent shoots as well as classic clips from our archives, covering a variety of extreme sports, avalanches, crashes, aerials, scenic shots, wildlife, and lifestyle footage. 

      Check out our new 2K RED, Ski, Snowboard, Avalanche, Aerial and Surf reels, and check back regularly. We’ll continually post new reels as they become available.

      The TGR film library contains over 20,000 hours of the finest action sports footage from around the globe.  Stock clips are sold throughout the world for a wide array of programming and commercial use.  Visit our older stock footage page to search additional reels from our film library and archives.  Recent clients include HBO, Apple, Jeep, Nissan, Sony and the Discovery Channel, to name a few. 

      Watch for this month’s  HBO episode of Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel focusing on backountry skiing and featuring TGR stock clips of Tanner Hall. 

      Check out our new Aerial Reel above featuring Sage Cattabriga, Todd Ligare, Shane Dorian, Jamie O’Brien, Ian Walsh, Tommy Clowers, Ronnie Renner, Kevin Jones, Nick Martini, Sammy Carlson, Tom Wallisch and Ian MacIntosh. 

      Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/tgrstockfootage.

      Click Here To Go To The New Stock Footage Page

      Click Here To Go To The Old Stock Footage Page

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  • Video: Kevin Jones' Full Part Video: Kevin Jones' Full Part From Bluebird Wax's Dobre Hombres Snowboard Movie

  • Video: Kevin Jones Triple Flip Video: Kevin Jones Triple Flip - Full Part From Totally Board 20

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      KJ's full part from Totally Board 20. Recognize the master. Watch for the triple.

      Standard Films is proud to present the 20th film from the legendary Totally Board Series, TB20! Originating in 1991, the Totally Board movies pioneered big mountain snowboarding and revolutionized action sports movie production in a way that captured the essence of the sport. Fast-forward two decades later to TB20, where the legacy lives on through the ultra extreme snowboarding of today's most talented pro shredders on the planet!

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  • News: Kye Peterson, Ashley Max News: Kye Peterson, Ashley Maxfield 1st After Day 1 Of Freeskiing World Tour In Revelstoke

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      Freeskiing World Tour Day 1 Revelstoke
      Revelstoke, Britsh Columbia – Day One of the Swatch Freeskiing and Freeride World Tour went off Friday on Revelstoke’s “North Bowl” with great success.  The level of skiing and athleticism displayed was high, with athletes battling for the few spots in Sunday’s finals.

      Already a freeskiing legend at the young age of 21, Kye Peterson of Whistler/Blackcomb, Canada, topped the Men’s field by taking full advantage of the terrain “North Bowl” has to offer. Kye successfully skied off a big double-staged cliff up top, and then skied fast and aggressively through the open bowl.  To gain maximum style and creativity points, he landed two huge 360s at the bottom, impressing fans and judges alike.  Sitting in second place, with his playful, fluid, stylish skiing, is Subaru Freeskiing World Tour 2011 Champion and The North Face athlete, Drew Tabke, with a score of 39.17.  Completing out the top three Men’s finishers was Oakley White Allen of Snowbird, Utah, scoring 37.50.  Out of the 50 Men’s skiers, 25 men will advance to the heli-accessed Day 2 Finals on “Mac Daddy”, a remote location in the Revelstoke backcountry.

      The stacked women’s field was very competitive, with only 3 points separating the top ten female competitors. Ashley Maxfield of Alta, Utah, skied the most technical line of the day for the women, wowing the crowd and surprising even herself. “I went bigger than I thought, but as soon as I landed on the second pillow I knew I had it” said Maxfield who scored 33.50.  Two- tenths of a point behind Maxfield sits the third place finisher of the 2011 Canadian Freeskiing Championships and Revelstoke local, Nicole Derksen with a score of 33.30.  Rounding out the top three Women’s Day 1 competitors is the 2011 Freeskiing World Tour Overall Champion and The North Face athlete, Angel Collinson with a score of 32.90.

      “The level of skiing today was even higher than anticipated,” remarked Event Director Bryan Barlow. “Conditions were perfect. Soft landings and good snow allowed competitors to ski lines that have rarely or never been skied before.”

      The 2012 Swatch Freeride and Freeskiing World Tour at Revelstoke Mountain Resort continues Saturday with snowboarders from The Swatch Freeride World Tour and The North Face Masters of Snowboarding, competing on Mac Face for a one-run final.  The Final Day, Day 2, of the Swatch Freeskiing and Freeride World Tour is currently scheduled for Sunday, January 8.

      Saturday Jan 7: Snowboarding

      Sunday Jan 8: Day 2 Skiing Finals

      Day 1 results below:

      Freeskiing World Tour Day 1 Revelstoke
      Swatch Freeskiing and Freeride World Tour
      Revelstoke Mountain Resort – Day 1 – North Bowl
      Friday, January 06, 2012

      Results


      Ladies     Result     Name     Bib     Home Mountain     Country     Day 1 Score        
          1     Ashley Maxfield     14     Jay Peak / Alta     USA     33.50            
          2     Nicole Derksen     19     Revelstoke     CAN     33.30            
          3     Angel Collinson     12     Snowbird     USA     32.90            
          4     Jess McMillan     3     Jackson Hole     USA     32.87            
          5     Crystal Wright     9     Jackson Hole     USA     32.73            
          5     Tatum Monod     1     Whistler     CAN     32.73            
          7     Louise Lintilhac     5     Stowe     USA     32.30            
          8     Sarah Martinais     16         FRA     31.77            
          9     Pia Widmesser     4         GER     31.70            
          10     Alexis Dupont     20     Snowbird     USA     31.67            
      Cut-Off                                    
          11     Jacqui Edgerly     15     Aspen Snowmass     USA     30.40            
          12     Janina Kuzma     8     Cardrona     NZL     30.27            
          13     Sonja Lercher     6     Blackcomb     CAN     29.27            
          14     Jaclyn Paaso     2     Squaw Valley     USA     27.40            
          15     Lorraine Huber     13     Arlberg     AUT     19.00            
          16     Leah Evans     11     Red Mountain     CAN     17.63            
          16     Lauren Goss     18     Revelstoke     USA     17.63            
          18     Eva Walkner     17     Dachstein     AUT     17.07            
          19     Crystal-Rose Lee     10     Whistler     CAN     15.00            
          20     Gillian McKercher     7     Sunshine Village     CAN     12.00            
                                         
      Gents     Start     Name     Bib     Home Mountain     Country     Day 1 Score        
          1     Kye Petersen     46     Blackcomb     CAN     41.93            
          2     Drew Tabke     32     Valle Nevado     USA     39.17            
          3     Oakley White Allen     56     Snowbird     USA     37.50            
          4     Benjamin Ogilvie     59     Fernie Alpine Resort     CAN     37.10            
          5     Cliff Bennett     30     Audobon     USA     36.90            
          6     Richard Small     67     Fernie Alpine Resort     CAN     36.83            
          7     Carter McMillan     31     Lake Louise     CAN     36.70            
          8     Sebastian Hannemann     25     Hochfingen     GER     36.60            
          9     Rylan Kappler     68     Revelstoke     CAN     35.67            
          10     Sean Cochrane     62     Revelstoke     CAN     35.17            
          11     Mat Jackson     48     Squaw Valley     USA     35.10            
          12     Josh Daiek     38     Kirkwood     USA     34.97            
          12     Jake Sakson     60     Aspen Snowmass     USA     34.97            
          14     Sean Collin     69     Squaw Valley     USA     34.57            
          15     Samuel Anlhamatten     24     Zermatt     SWI     34.33            
          15     Jeremy Prevost     55     Meribel     FRA     34.33            
          17     Nicolas Salencon     43     Bariloche     ARG     34.30            
          18     Kevin Guri     65     Les Menuiry / 3 Valley     FRA     34.07            
          18     Bjorn Heregger     39     St. Anton     AUT     34.07            
          20     Aurelien Ducroz     26     Chamonix     FRA     33.67            
          21     Adrien Coirier     50     Tignes     FRA     33.63            
          22     Christian Boucher     58     Whistler     CAN     33.20            
          23     CJ Wright     42     Craigieburn Valley     NZL     33.10            
          24     Dylan Crossman     64     Mad River Glen     USA     33.00            
          25     Julien Lopez     54     Tarentaise     FRA     32.87            
      Cut-Off                                    
          26     Guerlain Chicherit     63     Tignes     FRA     32.67            
          27     Blake Clarkson     33     Snowmass     USA     32.50            
          28     Ben Paciotti     21     Crystal Mountain     USA     32.07            
          29     Tom Leitner     27     Hochfella     GER     31.50            
          29     Patrick Westfeldt     57     Aspen Snowmass     USA     31.50            
          31     Mathieu Mati Imbert     35     Vars La Foret Clanche     FRA     29.67            
          32     Erik Sunnerheim     49     Are     SWE     27.97            
          33     Tom Runcie     61     Crested Butte     USA     27.80            
          34     Christian Reichenberger     28         GER     26.33            
          35     Connery Lundin     47     Squaw Valley     USA     25.67            
          36     Jason Jones     41     Adanac Ski Hill     CAN     20.67            
          37     Willie Rocket Schneider     22     Alpine Meadows     USA     17.33            
          38     Matty Richard     44     Whistler / Blackcomb     CAN     16.67            
          39     Stefan Hausl     36     Arlberg     AUT     16.33            
          40     Caleb Mullen     51     Schweitzer     USA     15.70            
          41     Richard Amacker     23     Nendaz     SWI     15.40            
          42     Luke Nelson     34     Fernie Alpine Resort     CAN     14.97            
          43     Reine Barkered     40     Are     SWE     14.67            
          44     Henrik Windstedt     45     Are     MCO     14.17            
          45     Conor Pelton     29     Crystal Mountain     USA     DNF            
          46     Neil Williman     37     Temple Basin     NZL     DNF            
          47     Sam Smoothy     52     Treble Cone     NZL     DNF            
          48     Caleb Brown     53     Fernie Alpine Resort     CAN     DNS            
          49     Kevin O’Meara     66     Squaw Valley     USA     DNF

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  • Video: Travis Rice's Christmas Video: Travis Rice's Christmas Party Extravaganza

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      Santa Claus, snow scooters, Kevin Jones, Scotty Lago, Mark Carter and a lot of holiday fun at Travis Rice's house in Wyoming.

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  • Video: Bryan Iguchi, Kevin Jon Video: Bryan Iguchi, Kevin Jones And Other OGs Shred Jackson

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      November 11, 2011

      In this video Volcom riders Bryan Iguchi, Wille Yli-Louma and Bjorn Leines team up with Kevin Jones and absolutely rip Jackson Hole. Some of the originators of the game right here.

      As 'Guch says in this video, "If you don't know who Kevin Jones is, you're not a snowboarder."

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  • Video: Bluebird Wax's Road Tri Video: Bluebird Wax's Road Trip To Mount Hood

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      The problem with Bluebird Wax's motto, "Snowboarding ... It was better when you hated us" is that it makes us like them more. So does this video of a recent company road trip from Jackson, Wyo., to Mount Hood, Ore. In it, Bluebird founder Willie McMillon hits the road with co-owner and snowboarding legend Kevin Jones. They meet up with Kurt Wastell and Kyle Clancy along the way to camp, skate, snowboard and get tattoos. Did you hear? Bluebird is starting a snowboard company. Keep an eye out for their new snowboards coming soon. 

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  • Video: TB20 Teaser By Standard Video: TB20 Teaser By Standard Films

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      Standard Films is proud to present the 20th film from the legendary Totally Board Series, TB20! Originating in 1991, the “Totally Board” movies pioneered big mountain snowboarding and revolutionized action sports movie production in a way that captured the essence of the sport. Fast-forward two decades later to TB20, where the legacy lives on through the ultra extreme snowboarding of today's most talented pro shredders on the planet!

      Starring: Halldor Helgason, Sammy Luebke, Blair Habenicht, Mark Carter, Xavier De Le Rue, Kimmy Fasani, Ryan Tiene, Torstein Horgmo, Lonnie Kauk, Raewyn Reid, Gulli Gudmundsson, Gjermund Braaten, Mathieu Crepel, Leanne Pelosi, Kevin Jones, Eiki Helgason, Mads Jonsson, Aaron Biittner

      Locations: Haines AK, Whistler Backcountry, Terrace BC, Alpine Meadows,Squaw Valley, Stockholm Sweden, Stranda and Oslo Norway, Akureyri Iceland, Jackson Hole, Calgary, Mammoth, Sierra at Tahoe, Tahoe Backcountry, Helsinki Finland, Silverton Colorado, Switzerland, Chamonix, Dolomites

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  • News: Kevin Jones & Willie McM News: Kevin Jones & Willie McMillon Launch Bluebird Snowboards

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      From ESPN Snowboarding:

      Kevin Jones and Willie McMillon are starting a snowboard company. You may have heard of the Jackson Hole, Wyoming-based company Bluebird Wax before, or seen the logo adorning the boards of Travis Rice, Nicolas Müller, John Jackson, Scotty Lago, Bryan Iguchi, Jamie Lynn, or a number of other, seemingly countless shreds.

      Well, now Bluebird is going to make snowboards, too. Jones and McMillon will be the first two riders representing the board team. The "love over money" tattoos you see in the picture there are their contracts.

      Read The Full Article And Interview Here

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  • Night Prowling - TGR 2011 Ford Night Prowling - TGR 2011 Ford Explorer Web Series - Episode 3

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      The TGR production crew recently teamed up with athletes Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Kevin Jones and Nick Martini in Colorado to test how well the 2011 Ford Explorer is suited for winter sports. In this episode, the crew uses the Explorer as their "Basecamp" for a night session of urban prowling.

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  • 20 Foot Rail - TGR 2011 Ford E 20 Foot Rail - TGR 2011 Ford Explorer Web Series - Episode 2

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      The TGR production crew recently teamed up with athletes Kevin Jones and Nick Martini in Colorado to test how well the 2011 Ford Explorer is suited for winter sports. In this episode, the crew uses the Explorer as a "feature" by mounting a 20 foot rail on it for an urban jib session.

       

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  • Video: Travis Rice Christmas & Video: Travis Rice Christmas & Power Board Championships

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  • Video: Jackson Hole Local Kevi Video: Jackson Hole Local Kevin Jones Fuel TV Interview

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      From Fuel.tv - Mr. Kevin Jones gets interviewed in intervals while integrating the interweb in the international sector in a very interesting manner.

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  • Chairlift - TGR 2011 Ford Expl Chairlift - TGR 2011 Ford Explorer Web Series - Episode 1

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      The TGR production crew recently teamed up with athletes Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Kevin Jones, and Nick Martini to test the 2011 Ford Explorer in Colorado and search out some November powder. The crew uses the Explorer as a “chairlift” to get up and down the mountains and explore some amazing Colorado terrain.

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  • Video: October Shred with KJ a Video: October Shred with KJ and Kinger - The Kingdom

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      A freak storm hit the Jackson Hole area in late October, leaving over 3 feet of fresh rideable snow in the Tetons for Kinger and Kevin Jones to shred. Push the button... 3, 2, 1, instant winter. Enjoy!

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  • Standard Films' The Storming T Standard Films' The Storming Trailer

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      STARRING... TORSTEIN HORGMO, EIKI HELGASON, XAVIER DE LE RUE, LONNIE KAUK, RYAN TIENE, KEVIN JONES, MADS JONSSON, SAMMY LUEBKE, KAZU KOKUBO, HALLDOR HELGASON AND MANY MORE...

      PRINCIPLE CINEMATOGRAPHY: TRAVIS ROBB, MIKE HATCHETT, CHRIS ONDERCIN, RYAN O'DOWD, GUIDO PERRINI, AARON SEDWAY, AARON WHITELY 

      A HD FILM BY MIKE HATCHETT AND TRAVIS ROBB... AVAILABLE ON DVD, BLU RAY FALL 2010... http://theSTORMING.COM

       

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  • Video: Pro Surfer Andy Irons o Video: Pro Surfer Andy Irons on Snow

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      Pro Surfer Andy Irons took some time off for a little snowboarding in Jackson Hole with Kevin Jones and Travis Rice. Field Producer and HD Videography by TGR's Dustin Handley. Edited by Graham Wade.

      Thanks to Steve Jones, Todd Jones and Corey Gavitt at Teton Gravity Research; Anna Olson and Zahan Billimoria at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort; Julie Taylor at Jackson Hole Resort Lodging; John Urdi and Shannon Brooks – Hamby from Grande Targhee Resort; Mountain Guide Nick Hunt.

      Muchas gracias to Grande Targhee Snowcats!

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