Marko Grilc, winner of the Burn Style Session at the 2013 Billabong Air & Style in Innsbruck, Austria, talks about style and tricks in competition, while showcasing some excellent examples of both in the fifth webisode of this season's "Grilosodes".Read More
Was this the craziest Big Air contest ever? Did freestyle snowboarding just change? More triple corks went down in one night than probably all of last year combined, watch the video and see for yourself.Read More
The Dew Tour iON Mountain Championships at Breckenridge held its first-ever Big Air competition yesterday, with twelve of the best competitive jumpers in the world competing for a chance at the Dew Cup. Two heats of six riders each held court on the massive kicker for eight minutes at a time, putting down their best double and triple corks in order to earn a spot in the five-man finals. When all was said and done, Mark McMorris landed a backside triple cork 1440 to take the Dew Cup. Sage Kotsenburg and Ståle Sanbech joined McMorris on the podium, in second and third, respectively.
Big Air Results
1. Mark McMorris
2. Sage Kotsenburg
3. Staale Sandbech