Recent Action Sports News
We’ve been raving about his masterful skills behind the lens. And you already see his work in the Fall 2011 Oakley Apparel Catalog. Well Blake Jorgenson was on the road again – with the Big O – capturing some of the sickest images of our riders as they ripped for an Oakley documentary on our very own Seth Morrison in Retallack, BC. His first shoot of the year had him romping around with Seth and Sean Pettit filming for “Seth Morrison – The Ordinary Skier,” coming out next fall. And as always, there were some amazing shots. But don’t take our word for it. Check out his blog for commentary from his own mouth/pen, amazing images and a killer video.
You can make that four. Oakley Ski Star and Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsey Vonn smashed the downhill Kaelberlock course in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, Austria this past Saturday in 1 minute, 46.39 seconds – claiming her fourth victory of the season and pushing to within four victories Anja Paerson’s 41 World Cup title record. O’s speedster veered off course in a sharp right turn but recovered to nab her 20th career downhill title and 37th overall triumph.
Big 12’s: Sebastien Toutant Victorious at TTR 6 Star O’Neill Evolution Slopestyle, Oakley Teammates Throw Down
The Slopestyle finals at the O’Neill Evolution in Davos was a showdown of 12’s. But it was Oakley’s Seb Toutant’s cab double cork 12 melon that owned the competition and landed him the Slope title at the spirited event – which was dominated by the youngsters throwing down and raising the bar for the future of the sport. One of those other youngsters: Oakley teammate and fellow Canadian Mark McMorris, whose cab double cork 12 (super steezy) nose and bs 540 bonk on the pole rail after a big bail in his first final run, had him grab the runner-up spot.