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Hannah Teter brought home the Gold

Vermont native Hannah Teter brought home the gold medal in the women's halfpipe contest at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Bardonecchia, Italy Monday, following her teammate Shaun White's gold medal win the day before. Read more

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Globes bootiebag

The word beautybag isn't that far away from the Globes new offer to boarders that doesn't fancy balancing on one leg. They just gave you a place to put your feet while you're changing shoes. Read more

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FRO2T Volume 2

FRO2T Vol. 2 is a 100% danish snowboardvideo. But you don't have to be Dane to enjoy it! Click to read more about this new DVD that you can order online! Read more

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Shaun White took the gold

Shaun White has fulfilled another one of his snowboarding career goals, taking the gold at the 2006 Winter Olympics after a season of sweeps including all five U.S. Grand Prix Olympic qualifying events and two gold medals at the 2006 Winter X Games. Read more

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Jo Jackson does a DC Shoe

DC keeps on hiring artists to design their own shoes. Last artist out was the Russian American USSR, this time it is JO Jacksons turn to make her own artsy shoe. Read more

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Videos from the Asiatic Challenge

What does a quarterpipeshow with the top snowboarders of the world on superdry artificial snow look like? Put the snow and the quarter on chinese ground, and you'll end up with something like the videos inside. Read more

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Minishred in China - videos

Warming up to the Oakley Style Challenge in China wasn't easy consider the dry and icy winds in the mountains outside Beijing. The riders found their way to a shelter, where they found a minipark in something that looked like Neverland. Surreal videos inside. Read more

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Kjersti Buaas joins DC

Norwegian rider and female ripper Kjersti Buaas is DC's latest team addition. Find out what she is doing these days and what she feels about being part of DC. Read more

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The Asiatic Challenge

Oakley got their Style Masters while TAC suddenly had a different meaning. The people of China loves to pile up challenges, so we should be lucky that snowboarders Nicolas Müller and Pat Moore loves to tear them down. Read more

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Gian Simmen is everywhere

Gian Simmen was badly injured during a shoot with Neoproto last year but is now back, rocking harder and stronger every day. Where will he appear in the near future? Find out here. Read more