With the Olympics looking large, the final US qualifier and penultimate World Cup is the last tune up before Winter X Games and The Olympics. The Toyota Grand Prix at Mammoth had Dragon was well represented with Julia Marino, Brock Crouch and Teal Harle taking podium spots in their respective disciplines.
Freeskier Teal Harle took the win in men’s slopestyle Sunday afternoon and likely locked up his spot on the Canadian National Team. Julia Marino continued her podium assault with a 2nd place in Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle, and locked up her ticket to PyeongChang with the US Team. Brock Crouch took 3rd place in Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle and made his case to the US Olympic team, and his fate will be decided Monday.
There isn’t a whole lot to say about Gigi Rüf that hasn’t been said. But let’s just let his riding do the talking instead. Watch his full part, As The Crow Flies, and be in awe.
Video by Pirate Crew.
Canadian snowboard shred ambassador Beau Bishop released a segment filmed over two winters, aptly named, Beau Done Did It.
Long awaited, Dragon snowboarder Danny Davis finally teased the 2017 Peace Park. The brainchild of Danny, supported by Dragon, Mountain Dew, and a host of other sponsors sees him and the best snowboarders in the world take over Grand Targhee resort. The days-long event is a celebration of snowboarding’s style and heritage.
Produced from the event is a tv show that airs on ABC’s World of X tv show on Sunday November 26th at 3 pm EST // 2 pm CST // 1 pm MST // 2 pm PST.
For more, follow the Peace Park Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts.
It’s snowboard film season and Dragon’s snowboarders Spencer Schubert and Mark Wilson are the latest to get in the mix. The street shredders are featured heavily in Videograss’s latest Visitors. The full part with cameos from Dragon’s Blake Paul and Tommy Gesme just launched, check it out.