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This Week in Snowboarding

I guess you could consider it a success that in the ephemeral world of the internet we run a weekly feature for two weeks straight. Last week we started posting what’s been going on in our little world over an entire week. And once again here are the highlights from this week’s snowboarding, drawn from our own humble site and deeper into the wilds of the internet. Now includes two extra days! Have fun!


There’s still a lot of snow in UtahParcours is possibly even more dangerous than snowboarding. TW Snow lost and found a decent edit. And for people like us it comes as a relief to hear that magazines are not dying. Or maybe they are?!


There is always a lot of snow in Chile, at least judging from this teaser. And there’s a lot of weird stuff on the internet.


The TTR announces the World Snowboard Championships. A rad girl and a rad dude passed away. Marco Smolla rocks Lederhosen. Dave Seoane has grown a massive beard. This winter, Latvia saw a lot of snow, too. There’s 91 words for snowboard. And our senior Peter has a disturbingly dark side.


Ryland Bell is a gnarly dude who loves Bärenjäger. The Homies Crew love VodkaGrilo is living the dream – including private jets. Marc Swoboda rips Bulgaria. And Per Loken ends his pro career.


Jamie Nicholls had a good seasonNiki Korpela and Ethan Morgan take minishred to the next level. Snowboard pro-cum-musician Trouble Andrew releases a music video.


The Sane Crew hits Serfaus. Again. Comune releases an artsy trailer. Again. And it might be time to befriend skiers.


Eero Ettala has blown his ACL. Zac Marben gets a hole in the skin. The Olympics might take slopestyle, too. And beware, there’s werewolves!

Have a good weekend everyone!


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