Kelly Clark, Hannah Teter and Gretchen Bleiler returned to the site of the 2006 Winter Olympics halfpipe competition for a FIS World Cup Event. This time the results were a little different.
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Torah Bright made X Games history on Friday night. The Roxy rider’s second run was awarded a 97.33 – the highest score ever for Women’s Superpipe.
Torah Bright took first in X Games Superpipe qualifiers as she edged out Kelly Clark. The finals will be loaded with most of the top women as they compete for X Games Gold on Friday night. Gretchen Bleiler qualified fourth and will look to defend her title. Newcomer Kaitlyn Farrington took the sixth and final spot in tonights competition, bumping Kjersti Buass.
Check out the video clip from the elimination round.
US women grabbed seven of the eight spots in the finals of the US Snowboarding Grand Prix at Copper Mountain.
Uniquely is a 35 minutes travel inspired women’s action sport film produced by Oakley and 1242 Productions. It’s shot in HD and follows Oakley women in five sports: snowboard, ski, surf, skate, and wake. Uniquely reveals the lifestyles and personalities of the athletes as the film journeys through Japan, Russia, Colorado, California, Indonesia, Brazil, Australia and beyond.
“Uniquely showcases the diverse personalities, lifestyles and athletic talents of the Oakley women’s team,” said Liesl Holtz, “Uniquely” Executive Producer. “The film exposes the joys and challenges of being a professional athlete while inspiring us all to create our own adventures.”
Oakley have been filming with their team of female snowboarders, skaters and surfers and will be presenting the results in the movie Uniquely later in the year.
The film features the talents of Marie-France Roy, Chanelle Sladics, Anne-Flore Marxer, Gretchen Bleiler, Angeli Vanlaanen, Elena Hight, Amber Wing, Lauren Perkins, Lynz Adams Hawkins, Claudia Goncalves, Karina Petroni and others.
Check out the teaser below: