Posted July 8, 2013
Markus Keller, Zugspitze. Photo:Lorenz Holder Words: Anke Eberhardt Bordering Switzerland, Austria and France -- the three most popular winter-sports countries in Europe -- Germany is often forgotten when it comes to powder and halfpipes. Considering resort sizes and elevations, the statistics do favor its neighbors, but Germany has a long tradition in snowboarding and a respectable scene that should not be underestimated. - via ESPN Read the full story of Snowboarding in Bavaria at XGames.com...
Posted Feb. 12, 2013
Shortly after snowboard slopestyle was announced as an Olympic discipline in July 2011, two people on seemingly opposite sides of the sport bumped into each other at Mt. Hood, Ore. U.S. Snowboarding head coach Mike Jankowski and Hana Beaman, a three-time X Games Snowboard Slopestyle silver medalist, knew each other from the pro circuit, albeit less so lately. It had been four years since Beaman, now an elite backcountry film rider, won her last X Games medal, and it ...
Posted Oct. 25, 2012
ESPN's Liam Gallagher sat down with the reigning women's powder slashing champion Hana Beaman for some insight into her current program, which is going where she wants to go doing what she wants to do. An inspiration to not just girls, but snowboarders everywhere, Hana breaks down her early days, her contest years and where she is today. Filled with footage from Hana's P.S. web series and the Intervals short, it's definitely worth a viewing.
Posted Nov. 11, 2009
Just in case you missed out on this one a little while back, our buddy Tim Brodhagen did a full interview with Darrell Mathes on espn.com. Timbo talks to Darrell at length about his production company Videograss, his new neck gaiter line Masa, contests (or lack thereof), and much more. There's even some "throwway" clips to watch that didn't make the final edit of the movie. To check out the full story CLICK HERE.