Ski Articles by Date

November 2011

  • ESPN's Winter X Games Selection Show: Live Stream on

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    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Today is the day. ESPN is launching its first-ever Winter X Games selection show live stream. And you get to tune in – right here on as the best winter sports athletes on the Planet are officially invited to throw down in the most prominent action sports contest in the world. Selection Show: Monday, November 14 from Noon – 12:45 p.m. PT

  • Quirks: Vibrant Skier Callum Pettit’s Outtakes – All.I.Can


    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    He’s quirky. He’s bold. And he rips. He’s Oakley’s Callum Pettit – and his extra footage from Sherpas Cinema’s All.I.Can film is so good, they mashed it together for a separate edit with him taking on Canada and Greenland.

  • Straight Taylor-d: Ski Ripper Taylor Seaton Charges New Zealand in Self-Edit


    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    They call him T-Sizzle for a reason…He’s about to get your screen hot. Oakley Team Shredder Taylor Seaton has a new self-edit. And you get to watch him charge New Zealand. Check it!

  • London Freeze: Skier Jossi Wells Stomps Way to Big Air Gold


    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    The pre-season is raging. And Team Oakley is warming up for another epic one. Ripper Jossi Wells displayed his form and intent this year by claiming an impressive victory at the unique London Freeze event in England – topping a field of 34 talented riders in the Superfinals. Engaging in head-to-head action for big money and major bragging rights, Jossi threw down a switch double 10 – racking up a massive 96 points…All enough to triumph over Oscar Scherlin and PK Hunder.

  • Adventure Through the Andes: Peru - Episode #2


    Posted over 2 years ago by Elishia Matta

    Follow skier Andreas Fransson and filmer Bjarne Salén on their adventure through the Andes. The objective: to climb and ski some of the highest peaks on the continent. In this, the second episode, you can follow them as they take on Huascaran, the highest mountain in Peru.