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Clip Of The Day: Eddie Wall

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Clip Of The Day: Eddie Wall

Eddie Wall took the walk down the aisle this past weekend and in his honor Snowboarder dug up this underground clip of Eddie strumming one of his catchy originals. Oh and just to be clear Eddie didn't marry Hannah Teter even though they do both preseason train at Mammy. Stay tuned for a new Clip Of The Day 5 days a week. Might as well bookmark this page now.

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Best of Winter X 2012: ladies

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Best of Winter X 2012: ladies

The best contest riders in the world descend upon Aspen, Colorado this week for Winter X Games 16, to show their mettle in the disciplines of big air, halfpipe, and slopestyle. While you're

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Woodward Tahoe Grand Opening

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Woodward Tahoe Grand Opening

Woodward Tahoe at Boreal Mountain Resort launched last Saturday, June 9 to massive crowds who came out to see their favorite pro athletes participate in demos and sign autographs all day. The athlete line-up included huge names in action sports, such as Tony Hawk, Olympic gold medalist Hannah Teter, Todd Richards, Neal Hendrix, Ryan Nyquist, Mike Vallely, Curren Caples, Tanner Hall, Tom Schaar, Chas Guldemond, Sammy Carlson and many more!

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Hannah Teter Celebrates Her 25th

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Hannah Teter Celebrates Her 25th

Hannah Teter celebrated her 25th birthday by taking the bronze medal in the women's halfpipe hours before Clearasil threw her a VIP party at The Sky Hotel in Aspen. The party featured some of the biggest names at X Games and was also supported by other sponsors Burton, Sweet Cheeks, GoPro Cameras, Pantech, Asahi Beer, UV Vodka and Revel Stoke Whiskey. Over $1,000 was raised for Children International from donations given at the door.

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X Games 16: Women’s Pipe photos and recap

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X Games 16: Women’s Pipe photos and recap

Words: Heather Hendricks Photos: Mike Yoshida Capping off night two of Winter X Games 16 was the women's snowboard superpipe finals. Seven of the world's best lady pipe riders duked it out under crystal clear, chilly skies in Aspen's pristine 22' U-tube. Each lady had three runs to stomp their best tricks on snowboarding's biggest stage. The field was stacked with three former Olympic gold medalists and up-and-comers who were all vying for this year's X Games Gold. Reigning champ, Kelly Clark, was looking solid throughout practice, even stomping her famed 1080 prior to the contest. Gretchen Bleiler has also been practicing all season for this event, and has been focusing on perfecting her inverted tricks. After taking a two year hiatus from the contest scene, Torah Bright also made a return to the superpipe and noted that she was riding for her dear friend, Sarah Burke. Unfortunately Bright was unsuccessful in stomping any of her runs and winded up in seven place. The first runs for all the ladies were a bit shaky, as the contest jitters were visibly affecting everyone. By the second and third runs, the ladies had settled down and began to break out the big guns. In Elena Hight's second run, she spun a backside 9 into an alleyoop 5 that oozed style and was easily one of the best combos of the night. This run earned her a solid 83.66 which put her in first, until Kelly Clark dropped in for her second run. Clark stomped a huge, smooth frontside 1080 that was easily the biggest trick of the night. She wooed the judges and the crowd with this massive spin and earned a 90.0, which propelled her into the coveted first place spot. As the ladies dropped in for their third runs, each was trying to unseat the unbeatable Kelly Clark. The last to drop was Bleiler who rode her heart out, but was only able to post up a score of a 65.0 which was good enough for fourth place. In the end, birthday girl, Hannah Teter took third, Elena Hight took second, and Kelly Clark nabbed her 13th win in a row with a score of 93.66 Following the contest Kelly said "I just take it one contest at a time, and the X Games is one contest that is always at the top of my list to win, and I'm just so grateful." This year's women's snowboard pipe finals were easily the most progressive to date, as all of the riders were laying it on the line.

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