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  • Exploring Antarctica - A Scene Exploring Antarctica - A Scene From Deeper

  • Mission Steeps is Now Streamin Mission Steeps is Now Streaming on TGR

    • From: TetonGravityResearch
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      Teton Gravity Research is honored to partner with TimeLine films to stream TimeLine's latest release, Mission Steeps.  The full film was available to watch for free on tetongravity.com from January 9th to January 13th.  If you missed the film, check out the trailer.

      Or better yet, snag a copy of the film through Vimeo on Demand: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/missionsteeps

      Following on the heels of last year's release, Mission Antarctic, this film documents the skiers and riders at the forefront of pushing big mountain progression. The film was shot on locatin in Zermatt, Chamonix, and Haines.  Needless to say, this terrain provides the perfect terrain for the films athletes, which include Xavier de Le Rue, Samuel Anthamatten, and Andreas Fransson.  In addition to showcasing the skills of these athletes, the film also documents the process and challenges that stem from seeking out the world's most daunting terrain.

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  • Sage Advice on Cyber Monday: G Sage Advice on Cyber Monday: Get Geared Up

    • From: heatherhendricks
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      By now, we hope you've finally come out of your turkey-coma, and are ready to commence frenzied-internet shopping on the day American's love to hate-- Cyber Monday. There are deals upon deals upon deals right now, all encouraging you to buy, buy, buy. But do you actually need any of these sale items? Will you actually use them? We're guessing maybe not, so to help you with your online purchases this Cyber Monday, we've strung together a sampling of gear TGR athlete, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa stands behind. This refined list includes his trusted hardgoods along with some of the gear he used while filming Way Of Life. Feast your eyes on this product porn, and if the consumer-bug bites, drops in and make a purchase in our gear store powered by Backcountry.com.

       

      Atomic Automatic Ski

      Atomic Automatic Ski

      When you break out the Atomic Automatic Ski, you better button up your powder skirt, cinch down your gloves, and whip out your snorkel, because you're in for a hell of a pow session. This big-mountain freeride ski was born to ski fast and hard down steep, open faces, and drop big airs. A Powder Rocker profile features rockered tip and tail with classic camber underfoot for float, serious edge control, and turn rebound. The step-down sidewall gives you solid edge pressure for precision power on big, arcing turns, and the solid wood core gives you rock-hard stability and good rebound. The Automatic also features Sprocket Rocket Booster, a Ti SPB insert in front and back of binding mount area to add smooth stability when those runouts are longer than you expected. http://goo.gl/rQePw4

       

      Atomic Burner 130 Ski Boot

      Atomic Burner Boot

      If uncompromising high performance and all-day comfort are among your priorities, the Atomic Burner 130 Boot is your match. This is a boot that utilizes race-proven technology to truly offer an advantage for expert riders on steep off-piste terrain. Plan on smoking your buddies when you kick it into high gear, these puppies were made to blast.  http://goo.gl/OCJnQY

       

      Atomic Powder Ski Pole

      Sage Ski Pole

      If going deep is your thing, than the Atomic Powder Ski Pole is your pole. It has a wide-diameter, aircraft-grade aluminum shaft for lightweight strength and a Free grip for a comfy hold. Its wide sublimated strap keeps your power hand position while charging at Mach 3. All this means a sure grip and security for ripping performance that won't get left behind in the snow. http://goo.gl/CmX2b7

       

      Atomic Tracker 16 Alpine Touring Binding

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      The Atomic Tracker 16 Alpine Touring Binding delivers unrivaled downhill performance so you feel secure and comfortable when you hit up the backcountry. With one push of your ski pole and the simple shift of your body weight, you're able to easily switch from hike mode to ski mode. This unique touring binding is available in two sizes: small and large. http://goo.gl/kjqM7e

       

      Backcountry Access B1 Extendable Shovel

      BCA Shovel

      When you’re looking for a bit more leverage and comfort turn to the Backcountry Access B1 Extendable Shovel in your shoveling endeavors. Its unbeatable strength-to-weight ratio impresses you when you dig a pit, kicker, or snow cave. Thanks to its durable components and ergonomic grip this strong shovel won’t let you down when you’re in a pinch either. http://goo.gl/Z2vBMl

       

      Backcountry Access Stealth 260 Carbon Probe 

      Probe

      If you're all about blazing up the skin track to get a few turns in before work, than you're a prime candidate for the Backcountry Access Stealth 260 Carbon Probe. This wickedly lightweight carbon probe has the strength needed to poke through the snowpack without weighing down your minimalist kit. http://goo.gl/QzXd5B

       

      Backcountry Access Tracker 2 Avalanche Beacon 

      BCA Tracker 2 Beacon

      The Backcountry Access Tracker 2 subtracts weight and size, and adds real-time display and a third receiving antenna to the best-selling, dead-simple Tracker DTS. The third digital antenna increases accuracy and provides a strong buried signal in any orientation, while the real-time display eliminates lag time, allowing you to narrow your search zone quickly when seconds count. The Tracker 2's single search / transmit switch makes learning and teaching a snap, and it reduces confusion when you hit adrenaline overdrive. http://goo.gl/TIF7p8

       

      Smith Sage Signature I/O Goggle 

      Sage Smith Goggles

      The best for the best. These Smith goggles include two interchangeable performance mirror lenses that let you adjust according to the weather. The Porex filter, combined with 5X Anti-Fog inner lens, helps keep the fog at bay. http://goo.gl/gyjCeQ

       

      Smith Vantage Helmet

      Smith Vantage Helmet

      When it comes to protection, you refuse to settle with those uncomfortably stifling helmets that make for sub-par ski sessions. Strap on the Smith Vantage Helmet and experience comfortable protection like never before. Its innovative Hybrid SL shell construction combines Smith's bombshell ABS on the top of your head with a flyweight In-Mold technology around the sides so you get an optimized fit around your noggin that doesn't decrease durability. http://goo.gl/yoMaFl

       

      The North Face Free Thinker Bib Pant 

      TNF Freethinker Pants

      Skiing in the backcountry everyday (every safe day, that is) requires some serious ski pants, and The North Face Men's Free Thinker Bib Pant fits your big backcountry bill. A Gore-Tex Pro membrane and fully taped seams give the pant waterproof and breathable protection, and a HyVent membrane with fully taped seams brings waterproof and breathable protection to the bib so your upper doesn't get soggy and sad. http://goo.gl/D0egmv

       

      The North Face Village Base Camp Duffel Bag 

      TNF Duffel Bag

      This bag begs you to stuff it full of gear and take it with you on your travels, wherever they may take you. Its TPE fabric laminate helps keep out the weather while its ballistics nylon fabric, rugged construction, and double stitching throughout provides superb durability against travel abuse.  http://goo.gl/oC4Hff

       

      The North Face Sickline Jacket

      TNF Slickline Jacket

      Stay dry this winter when you bomb the biggest, baddest, and wettest mountains in The North Face Men's Sickline Jacket. Developed by Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Xavier de Le Rue, this jacket keeps you dry when you slice through knee-deep powder thanks to the guaranteed waterproof and breathable protection of the three-layer Gore-Tex Pro shell. http://goo.gl/1ooBIw

       

      The North Face Patrol 24 ABS Winter Backpack

      ABS Backpack

      With its integrated dual airbag system, The North Face Patrol 24 ABS Winter Backpack is rewriting the book on essential backcountry safety equipment. Praised by Outside Magazine and Popular Mechanics for game-changing innovation, the Patrol 24's ABS boasts a 95% success rate in real-world use. Once deployed, the two high-volume airbags keep you on top of slide debris by increasing flotation, and they improve your visibility for an expedited rescue. Add in every other feature you'd expect in a high-end backcountry bag, and the Patrol 24 becomes the one pack you really might not be able to live without. http://goo.gl/hla9jm

      Don't see a product you're into in this roundup? Check out our top Picks for Chicks, Beginner's Backcountry Buyer's Guide, and Jeremy Jones' Backcountry Essentials. There's bound to be something you'll want to scoop up this season.

       

      All descriptions courtesy of Backcountry.com

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  • The North Face: Mission Antarc The North Face: Mission Antarctic

    • From: TetonGravityResearch
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      In December 2012, team snowboarders Xavier de le Rue and Lucas Debari set sail from the Falklands, through the Drake Passage and around the Fjords of the Antarctic peninsula in search of the best lines to ride on the continent.

      This is the story of their journey. Find more at http://www.thenorthface.com/steepseries

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  • Blue Collar Pro: Chris Coulter Blue Collar Pro: Chris Coulter

    • From: TetonGravityResearch
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      What lengths would you go to live the shred dream? You know the one—chasing snow, catching the biggest dumps, shredding chest-deep champagne pow. Yeah, that dream—the one where nearly everything revolves around riding.

       

      This dream is common among nearly everyone who has spent some serious time on the snow. And although it seems that living the dream should be an exercise in simplicity, this isn’t always the case. For most riders, it requires a tremendous amount of hard work. To get a glimpse of this, we hit up Chris Coulter. Coulter, 34, has been around the block a time or two—throughout his career he’s been a marquee pro, filmed in remote locations all over the world, and guided year round. Check out how he’s been able to live the dream in this edition of Blue Collar Pros.

       

      Chris Coulter Road Gap by Ben Eng

       

      When did you start snowboarding?

      I've probably been riding twenty-four to twenty-five years.

       

      Whom have you filmed with in the past?

      I got started filming with the Technine guys—Finger On Da Trigger Productions. At the same time I was filming with Kingpin. After that, I shot one year with Defective Films, which was super fun. I filmed in Whistler, and that was some of the best sled-accessed skiing of my life. Then I started filming with Absinthe. I filmed with those guys for three or four movies, pretty much until I lost sponsorship money to be in those big productions.

       

      Nonetheless, you continue to live the dream and ride year round as a guide. Tell us how you make it happen. 

      As a relatively new guide, it's a little tough to make ends meet, so my whole deal has pretty much been to work as much as possible. I would like to be out shooting—I still make it a point to shoot a few days every year—but this year I was really focused on working a lot. I did early season and winter in Silverton, then in the spring, from March to April, I worked up in Haines, Alaska with SEABA Heli, then I do guiding with SASS Global Travel, SGT, during South America's winter, which is our summer. And I also build splitboards in the offseason.  

       

      Sunset Chris Coulter

       

      How did you get into guiding at Silverton?

      I grew up three and half hours south of there so I would always come up towards Red Mountain to build in the backcountry and snowboard around there. When I heard that there was a ski resort near there, I wanted to check it out. Around seven years ago or so, I was in Silverton and met Skylar Holgate along with the rest of the Silverton staff. We went on backcountry missions and things of that nature and I started to spend a good deal of time there during their unguided season. Then I started going to Treasure Mountain Hut and started hanging and riding with those guys. I was impressed with their avalanche safety skills and found them to be more cutting edge and more savvy than a lot of the people here in the Wasatch area. I was really drawn to the area simply by growing up close to it and getting close with the people there.

         

      Spray Away Chris Coulter

       

      I enjoy having great mentors to work with and feel lucky to be a part of the team at Silverton.

       

      Chris Coulter Spray

       

      Tell us about your work with SEABA Heli in Haines, Alaska.

      It's pretty intense. Heli-skiing in Alaska itself is intense, and because of my background, I mostly work with production crews. It's really early mornings, really late evenings and getting out there with professionals who are riding hard. It's fun and it's full on. Again, it's very dynamic because I'm working with people who are pushing it. It's wild. I think it's a little easier for me to work with the production crews than it is for some of the other guides because I understand what they are trying to do because that's what I used to do. 

       

      Chris Coulter touring

       

      Break it down for us—what is it like to guide production crews?

      My role is to help communicate what the crew wants to execute with our pilots and then communicate back from the pilots what is actually possible. The pilots have duty days, so they are only allowed to fly a certain amount of hours, so basically I coordinate all of the logistics. I have zones in mind to show the production crews and depending on what they are looking for, I help them find it. Whether it's big lines, spines, places to do tricks, or whatever. I am there to help get them what they're looking for.  A lot of the production crews are really professional, which makes it easy to work with, as their decision making process is at a high level. As far as some of the younger production crews, I can help those guys by pointing out some of the hazards they aren't used to dealing with. I'm a facilitator—I'm there to help the crews get exactly what they want. 

       

      Warm light Chris Coulter

       

      What production groups have you worked with?

      This season, I worked with Stellar Media. Also, this is the second season that I got to work with Xavier De Le Rue with his Timeline Production Crew. Those guys are really fun to work with. Then I got to work with the YES guys a little bit, DCP and Clint Allan. Last season I actually got out with TGR and Standard films also. I also got to do a little bit of normal client skiing, which was really fun as well.  

       

      Chris Coulter Heli 

       

      What do you do when you're done in AK?

      I usually try and squeeze in as much summer as I can. Sometimes there's still snow in the lower forty-eight so I try and get out for some touring. This year I jumped right into climbing mode and have been hanging in Salt Lake. Now I'm just trying to switch years and get into Argentina mode for SGT. 

       

      How long have you been a part of SGT?

      This is my fifth season as an actual employee, and seventh season overall. I went down for the first two seasons just to check out the camp and ride. When I lost a lot of my sponsorships, I hit them up for a job five years ago. 

       

      What makes shredding in Patagonia unique?

      Well, aside from the aesthetics—the rocks are super unique as there are lot of spires and it's super beautiful down there—for me, getting out of the 100 degree heat is awesome. I can't stand the heat up here in the summer.

       

      WaPow! Chris Coulter

       

      Do you work in Salt Lake before heading to Argentina?

      We do this smoothie stand in Salt Lake at the farmer's market on the weekends. It's a bike powered smoothie stand that my roommate Tony started about four years ago. We do that every Saturday. That's one day a week that I have work, and it's really fun. It's a really cool thing, we're using all our own power, and it's a cool business model. I'm stoked to be a part of it.  So I do that, and I'm always up for grabbing little jobs where I can. It always tends to be more manual labor type stuff like working on houses and I have buddy I sometimes work on cars for. I'm always just picking up little pieces of work when I can find them.

       

      How would you define a pro snowboarder?

      The definition of a pro snowboarder to me is someone who is in the position where they can concentrate all of their energy into being the best snowboarder they can be. They are backed up enough that they are able to train, stay healthy and strong and also get wherever it is they need to be—whether that's to get the shot or to be at that contest on the other side of the world. It's someone who’s ready to be on the cutting edge. They have the support to be a competitive snowboarder who is pushing the sport and inspiring other people to get out and become better riders. 

       

      Chris Coulter Spine

       

      What are the biggest differences in filming now versus when you filmed?

      It's hard to say. I wouldn't  say I've been paying super close attention, but definitely the tricks and the riding are a lot more technical, especially in the competition scene. Also, the cameras they are using are totally different. Most of the filming I did was actually on film, but now it's the digital age, so these guys are able to review their shots right away. That's pretty cool. Film is great, but you wouldn't be able to see your shots until later, or the film wasn't exposed right, or your style wasn't right, so I think the digital age is great so you can see your stuff right away and adjust things right away. 

       

      What advice do you have for riders who can't quite secure sponsorships, but want to live the shred dream?

      Go get a good job, so when you ride it's for yourself. It's really nice to be able to ride a lot, but most of the time these days, my focus when riding is making sure everyone else is having fun. So depending on what your goals are. . . if your goals are to ride a lot, than what I'm doing is really good. If your goal is to progress and get better at riding than being able to ride on your own terms and on your schedule is where it's at. It's just tough to make ends meet where I'm at, doing what I'm doing, so that's the tricky part. And honestly, I don't think I could be doing what I'm doing without the sponsorship backing that I've had and continue to have. But I look at some of my other friends who've come up through the ranks as guides and they do really well. The main thing is picking a direction early on and sticking with it—going for it. 

       

      Chris Coulter spltboard

       

      Who are your current sponsors? 

      Eddie Bauer, Smith and Bluebird. 

       

      What's next for Mister Coulter?

      Ha, who knows. We'll see what happens and where I'll end up. 

       

      Opening photo courtesy of Ben Eng 

      All other photos courtesy of Andrew Miller http://andrewmillerphotos.com

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  • Chickering-Ayers, Paaso, Bell, Chickering-Ayers, Paaso, Bell, And Rozies Win FWT In Kirkwood

    • From: gregfitzsimmons
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      Swatch Freeride World Tour by The North Face Kirkwood Venue
      3 Americans and 1 Frenchie take the top spots at the fourth stop of the FWT, TGR's Ryland Bell posts the highest score of the day.

      By Greg Fitzsimmons

      “Variable” was the word of the day at the fourth stop of the Swatch Freeride World Tour by The North Face at Kirkwood. Variable snow conditions underfoot made the challenging Cirque venue — the permanently closed terrain at Kirkwood — heavier than normal. There were a lot of high-speed crashes and tooth-rattling backslaps during the only stateside comp of the season. In the end, the winners of the male and female ski and snowboard fields displayed solid fundamentals en route to earning their titles.

      Mad River Glen’s Lars Chickering-Ayers took home the win in the men’s ski field, showing total control in the difficult conditions. Chickering-Ayers has found a home on big-mountain contest podiums in recent years, but he excelled on the variable snow in Kirkwood, linking a technical line in his typical full-throttle assault that fans of big-mountain competitive skiing have come to expect. Without any hesitation, Lars billy-goated through volcanic rock, pioneered a mandatory air into a chute, and laced clean GS-turns through the venue, making exposed and difficult terrain look fun.

      Lars Chickering-Ayers in Kirkwood
      “I wasn't really planning to win here,” said Chickering-Ayers. “I just came out to spend time with family and have fun. I have skied these types conditions in competition in the past and knew how to deal with them. The skiing was my favorite part of the day.”

      Chickering-Ayers was awarded a score of 75.33 to take the top spot at Kirkwood. The “Flying Frenchman” Julien Lopez and Kiwi FWT rookie Charlie Lyons rounded out the podium in second and third place, respectively.

      Women's Ski Podium at Kirkwood
      Tahoe local Jaclyn Paaso won on the women’s ski side with a score of 71.67. Paaso had a difficult first half of the season on the FWT, but skied a fluid line en route to winning the comp. The Squaw Valley female skier known for sending huge cliffs skied a smart comp line. Paaso stomped a cool air off the ridge over exposed rock, cleanly navigated a tight s-turn chute, and skied out of a bottom air on the venue to take the top spot in Kirkwood.

      “I have had a number of crashes this season and really needed a win. It feels great to come out on top,” said Paaso. “I took my run down a notch this time because I needed to stay on my feet. Making it to the finish line was the best part for me.”

      Paaso’s win made her the first female skier to dethrone Sweden’s Christine Hargin this year. Hargin was perfect so far on the FWT with wins in Revy and Cham (the women didn’t compete in Italy this year), but Hargin took a hard fall during her run in Kirkwood. Pia Nic Gunderson of Norway took second and the third place spot went to American Ashley Maxfield.

      Mens Snowboard Podium FWT Kirkwood
      Squaw Valley’s Ryland Bell parlayed a wildcard entry into a win in men’s snowboarding. Bell, one of the stars of the Further movies, spun a backside 360 off the ridge and a frontside 360 into a chute during his line. His score of 87.67 was the highest score awarded by the judges to any competitor throughout the day. American Sammy Luebke took second and Swiss rider Emilien Badoux rounded out the men’s snowboard podium.

      “This was my first win ever,” said Bell. “My stoke level is really high. I wanted to do tricks, try to flow, and have fun.”

      Women's Snowboard Podium Kirkwood
      After consecutive second-place finishes on the FWT, French rider Margot Rozies finally won in Kirkwood. Her consistent riding throughout the season meant that Rozies was the overall tour leader going into Kirkwood. After her fast and fluid winning line, Rozies has a firm grasp on the tour title with two stops left. Elodie Mouthon and Shannon Yates finished in second and third, respectively.

      Now, the Swatch Freeride World Tour by The North Face heads back to Europe for the last two comps of the year. Fieberbrunn, Austria is on-deck before all attention will focus on Verbier’s famed Bec de Rosses venue for the FWT finale.

      Overall Ski Men Standings

      1 Tabke, Drew     (USA) 6500.00
      2 Heitz, Jérémie (SUI) 6200.00
      3 Lopez, Julien (FRA) 5820.00
      4 Lyons, Charlie (NZL) 4900.00
      5 Barkered, Reine (SWE) 4595.00
      6 Studer, Fabio (AUT) 4340.00
      7 Gauthier, Laurent (CAN) 4180.00
      8 Eder, Markus (ITA) 4048.00
      9 Lindberg, Wille (SWE) 3900.00
      10 White-Allen, Oakley (USA) 3885.00
      11 Ducroz, Aurelien (FRA) 3685.00
      12 Guri, Kevin (FRA) 3470.00
      13 Post, Griffin (USA) 3445.00
      14 Chickering-Ayers, Lars (USA) 3395.00
      15 Collin, Sean (USA) 3070.00

      Overall Ski Women Standings

      1 Wallner, Nadine (AUT) 6025.00
      2 Gundersen, Pia Nic (NOR) 5980.00
      3 Hargin, Christine (SWE) 5975.00
      4 Maxfield, Ashley (USA) 4895.00
      5 Paaso, Jacklyn (USA) 4630.00
      6 Wright, Crystal (USA) 4265.00
      7 Slinning, Anne May (NOR) 4200.00
      8 Huber, Lorraine (AUT) 3255.00
      9 Segal, Natalie (AUS) 2955.00
      10 McMillan, Jess (USA) 2260.00

      Overall Snowboard Men Standings

      1 Backstrom, Ralph (USA) 6325.00
      2 Luebke, Sammy (USA) 5980.00
      3 Badoux, Emilien (SUI) 5585.00
      4 Guillot-Diat, Ludovic (FRA) 5290.00
      5 Routens, Aurelien (FRA) 5200.00
      6 Charlet, Jonathan (FRA) 4095.00
      7 Carlson, Tim (USA) 4060.00
      8 Rodosky, John (USA) 3870.00
      9 Orley, Flo (AUT) 3730.00
      10 Van Helfteren, Irian (NED) 3615.00
      11 Rizzuto, Jamie (CAN) 3220.00
      12 Rouge, Joel (SUI) 3215.00
      13 Annetts, Matt (USA) 2715.00
      14 Bell, Ryland (USA) 2500.00
      15 De Le Rue, Xavier (FRA) 2130.00

      Overall Snowboard Women Standings

      1 Rozies, Margot (FRA) 6900.00
      2 Mouthon, Elodie (FRA) 5805.00
      3 Dewey, Laura (USA) 5415.00
      4 Lucas, Casey (USA) 5400.00
      5 Yates, Shannan (USA) 4480.00
      6 Lazzareschi, Iris (USA) 4205.00
      7 Mouthon, Anouck (FRA) 4040.00
      8 Bock, Aline (GER) 3435.00

      Staying at Kirkwood is the way to go, sure beats driving from South Lake Tahoe.  Book your next Kirkwood vacation pacakge at: http://mountainreservations.com

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  • Tabke, Charlet, Hargin, Dewey Tabke, Charlet, Hargin, Dewey Win FWT Stop No. 3 In Chamonix

    • From: gregfitzsimmons
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      Chamonix Venue at Freeride World Tour 2013The venue for the Swatch Freeride World Tour by The North Face in Chamonix, France.

      The third stop of the Swatch Freeride World Tour by The North Face took place in Chamonix, France last weekend. The field of men made the short trip to the French side of the Mont Blanc after the second stop in Courmayeur, Italy, and the female competitors met for the second time this season after competing on “Mac Daddy” in Revelstoke, Canada.

      Drew Tabke entry airDrew Tabke airs into his line. Photo by D. Daher.

      The North Face of the Aiguille Pourrie served as the venue for the comp. From the start gate at 2,400-meters, athletes had a handful of options to lace together a line that fit their style of skiing. A lot of the ski men opted for the ridge run skier’s right out of the start gate. With a big natural air on the ridge and playful hips or techy chutes lower down, the skier’s right side of the venue saw a lot of traffic. Directly falline of the start gate was an exposed and high-consequence zone of pepper, tight skiing, and the biggest air on the venue—that Canadian Laurent Gauthier dropped, found a perfect tranny, put the 50-plus footer to the bolts, and earned a top-ten spot for his efforts. And, if competitor’s ventured a little skier’s left and then fallline from the start gate they got to boost a large entry-air cornice and then have their choice of hips, chutes, and side-airs to play with.

      M Ski Podium by Jeremy BernardMen's ski podium: 1. Drew Tabke (USA) 91.67 2. Fabio Studer (AUT) 87.00 3. Willie Lindberg (SWE) 84.33. Photo by Jeremy Bernard.

      In the end, the winning line was hidden in left side over the venue, and it took Drew Tabke to find it and stomp it. Tabke, now the overall tour leader halfway through the season, linked a creative line from the top entry air via the cornice, finding a lofty natural hip that sent him about 60 feet into a chute, and then capping the run off with a sleepy three on the bottom portion of the venue. Tabke’s creativity and blend of big-mountain charging and trickery was rewarded by the judges with a score of 91.67, the highest score dolled out to any competitor on the day.

      In second place, Austrian Fabio Studer opted for the ridge on the skier’s right ridge. Studer put on a clinic stomping a hand-drag 360 off of the large natural air on the ridge then unleashing a cork 720 into an exposed section, and drawing aggressive fallline turns through the gnar. And, in third place, Sweden’s Willie Lindberg took the right-hand approach. Lindberg’s high-speed, full-throttle line included a large air into the lower chute, and then finding a keyhole exit into the Cham chunder fields.

      Mens snowboard podium by Jeremy BernardMen’s Snowboard podium: (Top 10) 1. Jonathan Charlet (FRA) 90.33 2. Ralph Backstrom (USA) 88.00 3. Sammy Luebke (USA) 76.33. Photo by Jeremy Bernard.

      Jonathan CharletJonathan Charlet. Photo by Phillip Field.

      Ralph Backstrom in Chamonix by D. DaherRalph Backstrom in Chamonix. Photo by D. Daher.

      On the men’s snowboard side, French rider and 2012 FWT Overall Snowboard Champ Jonathan Charlet took the win in front of his home country’s fans. Charlet blasted two features up top, found pow on a ramp rider’s right, and exited off the ramp with a big air on the bottom. TGR’s own Ralph Backstrom came in second place, landing on the podium again after winning the Revy comp, and earning the overall leader position going into the fourth stop of the season. And, Sammy Luebke snagged the third spot on the podium for men’s snowboard.

      Women Ski Podium FWT Chamonix 2013Women’s Ski podium: 1. Christine Hargin (SWE) 80.00 2. Nadine Wallner (AUT) 72.33 3. Pia Nic Gunderson (NOR) 70.67. Photo by Jeremy Bernard.

      Overall 2012 Champion Christine Hargin, of Ramundberget, Sweden, is putting together a serious bid for a repeat as World Champ after winning in the ski women’s comp in Cham. Hargin’s score of an even 80 was almost eight points higher than runner-up Nadine Wallner, of Austria, who scored a 72.33 to take second. Hargin’s back-to-back wins in Revy and Chamonix were done in similar fashion: strong, fast, athletic, and aggressive. Norway’s Pia Nic Gunderson came in third.

      Women Snowboard Podium FWT Chamonix 2013Women’s Snowboard podium: 1. Laura Dewey (USA) 70.00 2. Margot Rozies (FRA) 69.00 3. Aline Bock (GER) 57.33. Photo by Jeremy Bernard.

      And, Snowbird’s Laura Dewey battled through a string of bad luck traveling—Dewey arrived in Chamonix less than 24 hours before dropping in to compete on borrowed gear because of lost luggage—to earn the victory in women’s snowboard. French rider Margot Rozies took second, the same result she had in Revy. Rozies’s consistent presence on the podium so far means she’s the current tour leader after two stops. And, in third place was German rider Aline Bock.

      After two big-mountain comps on the Italian and French sides of the Month Blanc that were as good as it gets, the FWT says “au revoir” to the Alps. The next stop will be stateside at Kirkwood Mountain Resort and is scheduled to go down February 27 in Kirkwood’s famed Cirque. Drew Tabke and Christine Hargin, Ralph Backstrom and Margot Rozies will be bedecked in the yellow bibs that denote the current overall tour leaders when the action gets going again in Kirkwood.

      Stay tuned for more FWT coverage.

      Men’s Ski Results (Top 10)
      1. Drew Tabke (USA) 91.67
      2. Fabio Studer (AUT) 87.00
      3. Willie Lindberg (SWE) 84.33
      4. Reine Barkered (SWE) 83.33
      5. Julien Lopez (FRA) 82.67
      6. Oakley White-Allen (USA) 81.00
      7. Jérémie Heitz (SUI) 73.00
      8. Charlie Lyons (NZL) 72.67
      9. Laurent Gauthier (CAN) 71.33
      10. Samuel Anthamatten (SUI) 69.67

      Men’s Snowboard Results (Top 10)
      1. Jonathan Charlet (FRA) 90.33
      2. Ralph Backstrom (USA) 88.00
      3. Sammy Luebke (USA) 76.33
      4. Irian Van Helfteren (NED) 71.67
      5. Flo Orley (AUT) 69.67
      6. Emilien Badoux (SUI) 67.33
      7. Ludovic Guillot-Diat (FRA) 66.33)
      8. Tim Carlson (USA) 61.33
      9. Jamie Rizzuto (CAN) 60.33
      10. Xavier de Le Rue (FRA) 42.67

      Women’s Ski Results (Top 10)
      1. Christine Hargin (SWE) 80.00
      2. Nadine Wallner (AUT) 72.33
      3. Pia Nic Gunderson (NOR) 70.67
      4. Lorraine Huber (AUT) 69.33
      5. Crystal Wright (USA) 64.00
      6. Anne May Slinning (NOR) 61.33
      7. Ashley Maxfield (USA) 55.00
      8. Jess McMillan (USA) 40.00
      9. Natalie Segal (AUS) 23.67
      10. Jacklyn Paason (USA) 16.67

      Women’s Snowboard Results (Top 7)
      1. Laura Dewey (USA) 70.00
      2. Margot Rozies (FRA) 69.00
      3. Aline Bock (GER) 57.33
      4. Casey Lucas (USA) 55.67
      5. Elodie Mouthon (FRA) 53.67
      6. Anouck Mouthon (FRA) 52.00
      7. Iris Lazzareschi (SAU) 38.00

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  • Freeride World Tour Heads To C Freeride World Tour Heads To Chamonix For Stop No. 3

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      Chamonix Venue at Freeride World Tour 2013The Swatch Freeride World Tour By The North Face venue in Chamonix, France.

      The third stop of the Swatch Freeride World Tour by The North Face will go down on Saturday, January 26, in Chamonix, France. And, as has been the fortunate circumstance of the newly unified FWT so far this season, Chamonix’s conditions and terrain are primed for a great show.

      The Alps will have hosted the second and third stops of the Freeride World Tour, with stops on the Italian and French sides of the Mont Blanc in Courmayeur and Chamonix. Prior to settling down in the French hub of freeriding, the second stop of the FWT went down last week on the rocky and steep venue in Courmayeur. The male field of ski and snowboard competitors battled it out during the event in Italy.


      A recap video of FWT stop No. 2 in Courmayeur, Italy.

      Courmayeur recap:

      With deep pow underfoot, blue skies over head, the south side of the Mont Blanc as the backdrop, and Courmayeur’s gnarly 1,200-foot Tête d’Arp as the venue, the male competitors—33 skiers and 15 riders—laid it down. The Tête d’Arp terrain offered something for every approach to competitive big-mountain skiing and riding. With a technical, rocky top section out of the start gate, a playful mini-golf zone down the ridge, and steep chutes to air into and link up, the venue allowed for full-tilt chargers and park-inspired jibbers to do their thing.

      In the end, Italian big-mountain-jibber Markus Eder posted the highest score of the day in front of his home crowd. Eder opted for the playful mini-golf zone off the ridge and laced high-speed turns before lofting a huge, sleepy, left-side three in an exposed section. Eder managed to throw a backie and make some switch pow turns, too. His blend of big-mountain blasting up high and playful tricks on the lower portion earned him a score of 89.67 and the top spot with the men.

      “I’m stoked with my line,” said Eder. “I hoped to be on the podium but to win is really fantastic.” 

      Swiss skier Jérémie Heitz has gotten comfortable on the podium this season, with consecutive second place finishes at the first two stops of the FWT. The consistent skiing from Heitz means he’ll be donning the yellow jersey in Chamonix, which denotes the overall tour leader. Heitz is quickly making a name for himself for his charging, fall-line approach and patented high-speed doubles. So far, Heitz’s insanely fast runs have left spectators spinning and has forced judges to go back to a replay because both of his technical runs have taken place in a flash.

      Sweden’s Reine Barkered, last year’s overall FWT Champion, rounded out the skiing podium in Italy. Other highlights included Julien Lopez’s all-or-nothing approach. Lopez was the last skier to drop into Tête d’Arp, and rather than playing it safe and keeping his line to his feet, the “Flying Frenchman” pointed ’em. Unfortunately, Lopez lost control and took about 10 high-speed tomahawks down about 300-vertical-feet of the venue; fortunately, Lopez didn’t bang himself up and walked away to collect his “yard-saled” gear. (Check out the footage of Lopez’s crash; it’s full-on!)

      On the snowboard side, Frenchman Aurélien Routens snagged his first FWT win ever. Routens nuked through the venue with a fast, clean run that included a few exposed airs at the top steep section. Routens capped off the winning run with a sick straight line at the bottom, earning a score of 83.67.

      “It’s very emotional for me to win here,” said Routens. “It’s the first time I take the first step of the podium at a FWT stop. I was just riding as I am used to ride in my hometown La Grave. It’s a nice surprise and I am super happy.”

      Jackson Hole’s John Rodosky’s creative line garnered him a second place finish with a score of 78.67. Rodosky found a handful of cool natural terrain features to throw his freestyle tricks. Swiss Emilien rounded out the Snowboard podium.


      The Swatch Freeride World Tour By The North Face Stop No. 3 preview video.

      Chamonix preview:

      Now, after the short commute through the Mont Blanc Tunnel—or the ski to Chamonix via the world-renowned Vallée Blanche that a few athletes opted for to get from Courmayeur, Italy to downtown Chamonix, France—the field of male skiers and riders have met up with the female competitors for this weekend’s comp in Cham.

      The third event will go down on Saturday, January 26 and there will be a live feed of the contest on TetonGravity.com. Due to snow conditions, the FWT had to change the venue to La Flégère at the top of the Index lift. And, the venue looks sweet.

      On the men’s skiing side, you always have to tune in to watch Tabke, Chamonix local and past champ Aurélien Ducroz, Sweden’s Reine Barkered, and New Zealand’s Sam Smoothy. But, a few other names to take note of are current obviously overall FWT leader Jérémie Heitz, American skier Lars Chickering-Ayers, Zermat-based mountain guide/pro skier Sam Anthamatten, and Utah’s Oakley White Allen; all four bring a similar fall-line strategy to the Chamonix venue that could easily be rewarded by the judges—if they stay upright.

      Jackson Hole’s longtime competitive skier Jess McMillan has made the trip to Cham to compete against reigning FWT overall champion Christine Hargin, and the rest of the women’s field. (I’d bet the house on McMillan, she’s talented, strong, and a seasoned competitive skier.)

      You’d be a fool to overlook Chamonix local Xavier de Le Rue and Squaw’s Ralph Backstrom during the Men’s Snowboard contest. Both have had a lot of success in Chamonix and could be interchangeable atop the podium if they stand their lines up. Lastly, Margot Rozies and Elodie Mouthon—the two women from France that finished second and third, respectively, in Revy—are ready to represent their country in Cham when Saturday’s event gets going.

      CLICK HERE to watch the event live on Saturday Jan. 26 at 9 a.m. CET (that's 1 a.m. MST).

      And, check out the #FWT13 hashtag on Twitter for updates.

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  • Xavier De Le Rue - From The Al Xavier De Le Rue - From The Alps to AK to Antarctica and back to the Alps

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      While some athletes are content with reaching a personal goal or winning a competition within their sport, for French snowboarder Xavier de Le Rue, there seems to be no limit to his hunger for further snowboard accomplishments. A multiple X-Games gold medalist, three-time Freeride World Tour champion, repeat world boardercross champion, and standout in numerous snowboard films, now de Le Rue has added “Antarctic explorer” to his resume.

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  • Final Video Dispatch - Mission Final Video Dispatch - Mission Antarctic - The North Face

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      Get a taste of some of the incredible imagery captured on Xavier de le Rue and Lucas Debari's Mission Antarctic in this final video dispatch.

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  • Mission Antarctic - Video Disp Mission Antarctic - Video Dispatch 2 - The North Face

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      Team snowboarders Lucas Debari and Xavier de le Rue had a little fun with their GoPro to create this second video dispatch from the Mission Antarctic expedition.

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  • Mission Antarctic - Video Disp Mission Antarctic - Video Dispatch 2 - The North Face

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      Team snowboarders Lucas Debari and Xavier de le Rue had a little fun with their GoPro to create this second video dispatch from the Mission Antarctic expedition.

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  • Mission Antarctic Teaser By Th Mission Antarctic Teaser By The North Face

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      “I went there out of curiosity, but I still remember that surprise on the first morning when I opened my eyes over the peninsula. Antarctica is the most powerful, beautiful, unexplored riding spot on the whole planet.” - The North Face snowboarder, Xavier De Le Rue.

      From November 21st through December 21st, 2012, Mission Antarctic will be a journey of snowboard exploration. Team snowboarders Xavier de le Rue and Lucas DeBari will set sail from the Falklands, through the Drake Passage and around the Fjords of the Antarctic peninsula in search of the best lines to ride on the continent.

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  • Camera Crew Heroes - Jeremy Jo Camera Crew Heroes - Jeremy Jones Further Unplugged Episode 13

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      In episode 13 of Jeremy Jones' Further Unplugged, the Teton Gravity Research camera crew reveals how far they go beyond their comfort zones to film TGR movies. Different challenges emerge every day that force them to truly push their limits.  Watch as these guys take you behind the scenes and show you the extreme risks they take in order to capture the perfect shot.

      Further Unplugged takes you behind the scenes of Jeremy Jones' two-year snowboarding film, Further. Get an inside glimpse of what goes on between the lines as Jones and other top riders including Terje Haakonsen, Xavier De Le Rue and Josh Dirksen travel to exotic locations such as Japan, the Arctic Circle and the Wrangell-St. Elias Wilderness. Challenges arise around every corner as this crew attempts to push their minds and bodies further.

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      In episode 13 of Jeremy Jones' Further Unplugged, the Teton Gravity Research camera crew reveals how far they go beyond their comfort zones to film TGR movies. Different challenges emerge every day that force them to truly push their limits.  Watch as these guys take you behind the scenes and show you the extreme risks they take in order to capture the perfect shot.

      Further Unplugged takes you behind the scenes of Jeremy Jones' two-year snowboarding film, Further. Get an inside glimpse of what goes on between the lines as Jones and other top riders including Terje Haakonsen, Xavier De Le Rue and Josh Dirksen travel to exotic locations such as Japan, the Arctic Circle and the Wrangell-St. Elias Wilderness. Challenges arise around every corner as this crew attempts to push their minds and bodies further.

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  • News: All 2013 Qualified Rider News: All 2013 Qualified Riders Confirmed For Swatch Freeride World Tour By The North Face

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      Get ready for an epic season: The world’s best big-mountain riders to compete in the new unified world tour
       
      Lausanne, Switzerland / Salt Lake City, USA - A host of new faces join the leading skiers and snowboarders from past season, as the Swatch Freeride World Tour By The North Face goes into its first season as a globally unified series. The new tour will combine top riders and most champions of last winter’s Swatch Freeride World Tour, Freeskiing World Tour and The North Face Masters of Snowboarding. The line-up will additionally include strong talent emerging from the Freeride World Qualifiers as well as some hotly contended wild cards.
       

       
      The For Swatch Freeride World Tour By The North Face 2013 will kick off at Revelstoke, Canada, January 7, 2013, and then move on to the first European stops at Courmayeur-Mont-Blanc, Italy, and Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France. After the following events at Kirkwood, California, and Fieberbrunn PillerseeTal, Austria, the qualified riders will prepare for the finals at Verbier, Switzerland.
       
      This season will be a season of firsts for the FWT, with new riders, a new unified calendar and a brand new partnership with ABS, who will be the tour’s official air bag system supplier.

      “Security is key for FWT, so it’s essential to partner with the leading manufacturer in that field,” Freeride World Tour General Manager Europe Nicolas Hale-Woods said.

      Freeride World Tour ABS Pack

      The FWT TwinBag pack with zip-on partner Dakine. For more information about ABS® click here
       
      The top 12 male skiers from the Freeride World Tour 2012 and Freeskiing World Tour 2012 are automatically qualified. For female skiers, the top five from the Freeride World Tour 2012 and the top three from the Freeskiing World Tour 2012 are eligible to compete. The line-up includes skiers like 2012 Freeride World Tour champion Reine Barkered (SWE), 2012 Freeskiing World Tour champion Josh Daiek (USA), two-time Freeride World Tour champion Aurélien Ducroz (FRA), 2011 Freeskiing World Tour champion Drew Tabke (USA), as well as 2012 Freeride World Tour champion Christine Hargin (SWE) and two-time Freeskiing World Tour champion Angel Collinson (USA).

      Some tour spots have also been reserved for wild cards. There are two types of wild cards – those given to riders committed to follow the whole tour and local organizer wild cards given to riders for a single event. In skiing, one of the wild cards was given to Markus Eder (ITA) who recently shone at the Swatch Skiers Cup at Valle Nevado, Chile.
       
      In the Snowboard division, the top six male riders from the Freeride World Tour 2012 and top four male riders from the Masters of Snowboarding 2012 as well as the top three females from the Freeride World Tour 2012 and the Masters of Snowboarding 2012 are automatically qualified. Confirmed snowboarders include 2012 Freeride World Tour champion Jonathan Charlet (FRA), 2012 Masters of Snowboarding champion Sammy Luebke (USA), three-time Freeride World Tour champion Xavier de Le Rue (FRA) from the Swatch Proteam, as well as Ralph Backstrom (USA), Flo Orley (AUT), and 2012 Masters of Snowboarding champion Shannan Yates (USA).
       
      In addition, several riders in all categories qualified through the Freeride World Qualifiers 2012. Talents who now have the opportunity to prove themselves in the Swatch Freeride World Tour By The North Face 2013 include skiers Wille Lindberg (SWE), Léo Slemett (FRA), and Pia Nic Gundersen (NOR) as well as snowboarders Ludovic Guillot-Diat (FRA), Joel Rouge (SUI), and French sisters Margot and Elodie Mouthon (FRA).
       
      Freeride World Tour Qualified Riders list 2013 - menFreeride World Tour Qualified Riders list 2013 - women
       
      Read what some of the athletes have to say:

      Drew Tabke

      Drew Tabke (USA), 2nd Freeride World Tour 2012 Ski Men: “I've competed in the sport for nearly a decade and 2013 looks to be the most exciting year yet. I am so stoked the merger between the two tours is finally going down because it means we’ll finally see the best skiers from around the world at the same events. I expect the level of riding at the Freeride World Tour this year to be at the highest it’s ever been because of the incredible athlete roster. I can’t wait to see what countries and riders are dominant this year. I personally have my money on Team America.”

      Sam Smoothy

      Sam Smoothy (NZL), 4th Freeride World Tour 2012 Ski Men: “FWT 2013 is going to be one hell of a show, with all the new riders from the FWQ and the Freeskiing World Tour full claiming rights. We have amazing venues and an incredible amount of talented riders so it’s going to be redonkulous. To have one true world tour and one true world champion is an incredible opportunity and I can’t wait to have a crack at taking home the title.” 

      Xavier De Le Rue

      Xavier de Le Rue (FRA), triple Freeride World Tour winner Snowboard Men: “I'm really happy to see The North Face getting on board of the Freeride World Tourfor the next few years. I'm sure that along with Swatch and the reunification of both tours, the FWT will reach a well-deserved next level. On a personal level, filming will keep me a bit too busy to follow the whole tour, but I'll be excited to come and ride three of the events of the tour.”

      Christine Hargin

      Christine Hargin (SWE), 2012 Freeride World Tour champion:“Although the best riders from the American tour also participated in previous years, I think a united tour means tougher competition in the races, and a higher level of riding will be required to win. The tour will get better status worldwide. I'm looking forward to see all the skiers that qualified. I think the level will be higher than ever on the tour. I'm also looking forward to ski in Canada and Revelstoke where I couldn’t join in last year, and to re-visit the other ski resorts where we will compete.”

      SWATCH FREERIDE WORLD TOUR BY THE NORTH FACE 2013
      Competition Calendar
       
      1. Swatch Freeride World Tour Revelstoke 2013 by The North Face
      Dates: 7 January; Location: Revelstoke (CAN)
      Disciplines: Men's and Women's Ski and Snowboard
       
      2. Swatch Freeride World Tour Courmayeur-Mont-Blanc 2013 by The North Face
      Dates: 19 January; Location: Courmayeur-Mont-Blanc (ITA)
      Disciplines: Men's Ski and Snowboard
       
      3. Swatch Freeride World Tour Chamonix-Mont-Blanc 2013 by The North Face
      Dates: 26 January; Location: Chamonix-Mont-Blanc (FRA)
      Disciplines: Men's and Women's Ski and Snowboard
       
      4. Swatch Freeride World Tour Kirkwood 2013 by The North Face
      Dates: 27 February; Location: Kirkwood (USA)
      Disciplines: Men's and Women's Ski and Snowboard
       
      5. Swatch Freeride World Tour Fieberbrunn Pillerseetal 2013 by The North Face
      Dates: 9 March; Location: Fieberbrunn Pillerseetal (AUT)
      Disciplines: Men's and Women's Ski and Snowboard
       
      6. Swatch Verbier Xtreme 2013 by The North Face
      Dates: 23 March; Location: Verbier (SUI)
      Disciplines: Men's and Women's Ski and Snowboard

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      In episode 12 of Jeremy Jones' Further Unplugged, the Teton Gravity Research crew is camped on the Bagley Ice Field in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park in Alaska. When you're camping on a glacier for a month, you're living situation is much different than almost anywhere else in the world. Small creature comforts like the right book, sleeping bag,  or set of headphones can make all the difference when you're out there. Here, we take a look at how snowboarders Ryland Bell, Lucas Debari and Jeremy Jones live in the mountains - MTV Cribs style.

      Jeremy Jones' Further Unplugged takes you behind the scenes of Teton Gravity Research's two-year snowboarding film, Further. Get an inside glimpse of what goes on between the lines as Jones and other top riders including Terje Haakonsen, Xavier De Le Rue and Josh Dirksen travel to exotic locations such as Japan, the Arctic Circle and the Wrangell-St. Elias Wilderness. Challenges arise around every corner as this crew attempts to push their minds and bodies further.



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