11/05/2011 | by Tom Copsey
Once again we’ve compiled the best of the past seven days in one This Week in Snowboarding post. You should know the procedure by now: We collect the links, you click on them and get stoked like mad. Enjoy!
We release our Snowbombing teaser. Jamie Anderson travels from Europe to Vermont. Here’s a video of The Launch’s day two. Lib Tech held a Banana Jam in Poland. Torstein Horgmo is still in France. The Snowboard Realms (a.k.a. TJ Schneider) go Montafon. Some Aussies ride Breckenridge.
Airblaster pops up in Russia.
Pat Burgener stomps a switch back 14 triple cork.
Jake Koia attempts at triple, too. Jamie Nicholls does yet another Laax homerun. We post a Snowbombing report. Our English editors go nuts over Andy Nudds‘ riding, and over Billy Morgan’s, too. Here’s a video of the Canadian Ride Shakedown. Zack Wilmot caters to all ethnicities’ taste. Here’s an ok SLC montage. Red Bull once again created a private training facility. This IceCoastKillsShit edit is weird. Crewzin visit Givin.
Here are three parts from the Polish shred flick Snowtiva (which we were too lazy to post). We unearth an old Jim Rippey videopart. Yobeat have some camera guys go wild (and want you to film your buddies with your phone). Whitelines post the Dawn of the Shred results. Mountain High Drive In episode 8. And 10 years ago JP Solberg was quite young.
Here’s Aaron Biittner’s full part from DC’s This is Snowboarding.
Yet another edit from Grasgehren/Germany gets posted. The Nitro Spring Camp edit is also full of Germans. ESPN call Jonas Michilot. Hana Beaman travels to Thompson Pass. Rusty take their fish out of water. Here’s Viktor Simco’s part from Poachers X. We take you behind the scenes of the Quiksilver shoot at Kitzsteinhorn. Here’s a What Coast edit that is quite good. Here’s a World Rookie Finals video. No snowboard pants at Stevens Pass can be watched here. Montana needs your love here. ESPN reveals: Real snowboarding still better than video games.
Jake Blauvelt’s Naturally is fairly sick. Monokel’s Day at the Office is pretty cool, and so was the AK Extreme, at least according to this report. The Finnish Snowboarding Champs were filmed on a Nokia phone. We have Aaron Biittner’s full part from Videograss. Here are some hot laps from the Seasonal Siblings. The RIDE team rides Japan. Spring has arrived in Utah. The Roxy Powder Jam looks like a lot of girly fun. And here’s a Holy Oly Revival video.
Jake Blauvelt’s full 2010 video part drops.
The Germanic LaFamiglia crew shreds Northstar, and Kjersti Buaas rips Sierra. Franck Moissonnier does some POV riding. Fredrik Evensen shreds some retro gear. Some Norwegians rip Tahoe on TWSnow. Some Comune Surf’s Up at Ski Beach.